Westlife Development, which operates McDonald’s eating places in the southern and western area in India, on Tuesday mentioned it’s re-starting the dine-in operations in Maharashtra after remaining shut for over six months as a consequence of COVID-19. Last week, the Maharashtra authorities issued coronavirus-related Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for eating places which are set to re-open from October 5 with 50 per cent occupancy.
“After a six-month-long COVID-19 led lockdown on restaurants, Westlife Development, the company that owns and operates McDonald’s restaurants in west and south India, is all set to reopen its doors for customers in Maharashtra. The company has left no stone unturned to ensure a completely safe and hygienic experience for its employees and customers,” it mentioned in a regulatory submitting.
Saurabh Kalra, Chief Operating Officer, McDonald’s India (West and South), mentioned the dine-in operations in the state are opening after greater than 6 months and the corporate is dedicated to creating the expertise utterly protected, hygienic and particular for its prospects.
Through its “Golden Guarantee platform”, Westlife Development mentioned McDonald’s India West and South has put in place new processes that make sure that the meals is ready and served with out being touched by naked palms.
They additionally guarantee contactless operations, frequent sanitisation, social distancing and utilization of all required protecting gears throughout dine-in, supply and take-out channels, the corporate mentioned.
Hardcastle Restaurants at the moment operates 315 McDonald’s eating places in 42 cities in the states of Maharashtra, Telangana, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Goa and components of Madhya Pradesh.
(Wiith PTI inputs)