McCain Foodservice has today announced a campaign to help the increasing number of pubs, bars and restaurants being forced to operate a delivery-only format due to coronavirus.
The foodservice provider is offering a free advice service to help operators navigate the delivery market, which is unchartered territory for so many. Operators can contact their designated sales contact for this help.
McCain Foodservice has also contacted a number of community pubs, who are most in need, to offer free cases of its new specialist delivery chip, SureCrisp, which are fries that stay crispy throughout delivery.
SureCrisp stays crispier than uncoated fries up to 20 minutes in a closed delivery bag, and consumers agree they are crispier and more enjoyable when compared to an uncoated fry.
Richard Jones, Commercial Director, McCain Foodservice Solutions, commented, “In these unprecedented times, it is vital we all pull together as an industry.
'We hope these gestures will go a small way to supporting our operator customers, and their businesses, as they switch to a delivery focused service.”