Our food safety practices during covid19 for preventing food contamination
Our goal, as a digital food cooperative, is to ensure that Lagos residents have access to quality and affordable food items all through this period. We are able to achieve this through the existing buying culture of PricePally: where people buy food in bulk or share bulk food items.
We are also aware of the concerns that our customers, and potential customers, might have about food safety during this covid19 pandemic.
According to FAO and WHO, "It is highly unlikely that people can contract COVID-19 from food or food packaging. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and the primary transmission route is through person-to-person contact and through direct contact with respiratory droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes."
Beyond just assuring you that we strictly follow food safety guidelines shared by World Health Organization (in partnership with Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), as well as other health guidelines shared by NCDC, we want to let you in on what our safe practices are during this period.
Understanding the cruical role PricePally is playing, we ensure that:
We will keep updating our safety guidelines to prevent food contamination. With all these in place, we can guarantee our customers that every single item delivered to them is safe.
PricePally will keep playing a key role in defining how people access to food in Lagos and hopefully in other cities in Nigeria, as plans for expansion are in the pipeline— following the success of the Lagos model.
PricePally is more than just another food tech service, we are building a community of users who understand that in order overcome food security issues we need to embrace the culture of buying food in bulk or sharing bulk food items.
Download the PricePally app today and join our community.
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