On the final part of the Reopening your café series, Callum Parsons from Fire & Flow Coffee Roasters gives valuable advice on service flow, queueing, ordering and serving.
On the second part of this series, Callum Parsons from Fire & Flow Coffee Roasters gives important tips and advice on talking to your staff and preparing space and signage for your café reopening.
As coffee shops in the UK are reopening since 4th of July, Callum, award-winning coffee enthusiast and founder of Fire & Flow Coffee Roasters, wrote a very interesting article with top tips on how to navigate these uncertain times and reopen your café safely.
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