No more pouring your own java as Wawa imposes coffee-serving restrictions in all stores
01 Wawa patrons will not longer be able to pour and prepare their own coffee as well as other beverages as the convenience store company adjusts its policies to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The new policy goes into effect at 5 a.m. on Friday and moving forward all coffee will be served by employees only, according to a statement from Wawa. On Wednesday, Camden County announced a similar directive and banned self-serve beverage and food at all convenience and grocery stores. Now the same will order will be in effect across the entire country at all Wawa locations. “Wawa is doing everything we can to support the communities, customers and associates that rely on us every day, while constantly evaluating the best way to operate our stores,” the company said. Other changes being made include the temporary suspension all self-service fountain beverages, Icee drinks, cappuccino and iced coffee and the announcement that employees will be individually bagging all bakery products for customers. Another new policy will be the closure of all stores from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. every night to clean and restock. The company has also increased its “already strict cleaning and quality standards” by cleaning more often and disinfecting “touch points” and surfaces.
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