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Grinders Coffee supports customers during pandemic

Grinders Coffee Roasters has committed to supporting its customers during the coronavirus pandemic. “This week, and the coming weeks, will remain challenging times for all Australians but by working together, we can come out stronger on the other side,” Grinder Coffee General Manager Sally Byrne says.
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Turning a coffee machine back on after COVID-19 closures

The Simonelli Group has shared recommendations for a correct maintenance procedure on how cafés, restaurants, and coffee chains should turn off and on an espresso machine. Simonelli says these procedures avoid wasting energy and correctly maintain machines to guarantee a quick and optimal restarting once businesses re-opens following coronavirus-related temporary closures.
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ATO: Employers need to get ready for JobKeeper now

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) says the new JobKeeper Payment has passed through parliament and it is working to assist employers access the scheme, helping them to retain their employees. The program will be administered by the ATO and will involve employers checking that they are eligible and then enrolling with the ATO to be paid the JobKeeper payments. Employers will receive a monthly payment for each eligible employee who was paid by the business during the previous month.
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Government releases Code of Conduct on commercial leasing during COVID-19

The National Cabinet has agreed to state and territory governments implementing a mandatory Code of Conduct relating to commercial leasing during COVID-19. The purpose of the code is to impose a set of good faith leasing principles for application to commercial tenancies between landlords and tenants. It includes circumstances where the tenant is a small-medium sized business – with an annual turnover of up to $50 million – and fits the same criteria for the Commonwealth Government’s JobKeeper program.
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Veneziano thinks long-term to reduce coronavirus impact

Social distancing and service restrictions have seen many cafés and roasters turn to new methods to connect with and service their customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Veneziano Coffee Roasters is making the most of the situation, enabling digital platforms and touchpoints across its network to reach and connect with its customers.
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#wearestrongertogether campaign to support producers hit by COVID-19

Coffee trader Minas Hill Coffee has announced the launch of its #wearestrongertogether (Juntos Somos Mais Fortes) initiative, which aims to help small farmers in Brazil. Minas Hill hopes to raise the awareness of Australian coffee roasters of the need to buy specialty coffee, and to buy it from small producers. This will include the trader donating 50 cents from every kilogram of coffee it sells back to its farming partner, the Association of Producers from Alto da Serra (APAS).
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UberEats partners with R&CA to support local businesses

Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA) and UberEats have agreed to a partnership aimed at helping cafés, restaurants, and caterers succeed by leveraging the benefits of on-demand food delivery. The immediate focus of the partnership will be helping venues enhance their digital presence as they convert to takeaway and home delivery in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ona Coffee COVID-19

Ona Coffee adapts to work during COVID-19

With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many businesses to change their structures and service, coffee and hospitality have been no exceptions. Ona Coffee is one of many coffee businesses to adapt the way they are operating due to COVID-19. With many staff members frequently travelling, the roaster implemented isolation methods before the majority of other health and safety measures were put in place.
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