Roaming Hunger

COVID-19 Health & Safety Standards

Here's what we're doing to make sure our customers, eaters, mobile food providers, and staff remain safe during this time.

While food safety is a concern at the moment, we're here to assure you that our top priority is to keep our team, customers, and food truck partners healthy & safe

Roaming Hunger is taking a multifaceted approach to ensuring everyone stays safe and healthy during this time of heightened concern about COVID-19. Below, we have outlined our safety standards, which will be updated regularly as new information about the virus becomes available.

Roaming Hunger's Safety Protocols

For every customer we work with and every event we are booking, we are taking the following actions to keep attendees and workers safe:

  • Requiring all of our mobile food providers to adhere to all COVID-19 & food safety laws & regulations
  • Requiring staff aboard food trucks to wear gloves and masks at all times
  • Requiring our mobile food providers to sanitize vehicles and prep-stations throughout the day
  • Providing convenient order ahead & pick-up options to prevent crowds and long lines
  • Creating specific social distancing guidelines to meet the needs of each individual event
  • Limiting communal items and areas, condiment & drink stations, and seating
  • Collecting Certificates of Insurance and other documents from every food truck and caterer we work with

Why Food Trucks Are Safe

Food trucks are by far one of the safest options right now when it comes to eating out and catering. Food trucks come with the following advantages:

  • Kitchens subjected to the Health Department’s highest level of scrutiny, even more so than brick and mortar locations
  • Self-contained kitchens accessible to a small staff only
  • Located outdoors, minimizing the risk of infection
  • Limit communal items and areas, condiment & drink stations, and seating

Our Internal Safety Guidelines

Roaming Hunger has created a list of personal safety recommendations for our own team. Right now, we are:

  • Closely monitoring CDC guidelines and adjusting our safety precautions as needed
  • Educating our team members and partners on how to best reduce the spread of the virus
  • Training our staff on frequent and proper hand-washing (fronts, backs, wrists, between the fingers with soap and water for at least twenty seconds each time)
  • Giving our team members and partners sick leave if they experience a fever or flu-like symptoms
  • Taking temperatures of staff members and partners at events, even if they do not feel ill