Food shop licenses to support restaurant income

 

 

 


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The measures taken by the Government may entail a decrease in billing of up to 70 per cent in most establishments. The sector is at the limit and must adapt to new circumstances through the sale of food and drink, according to SEP Jurídic

Some specialists in the tourism sector warn that it is possible that up to 2022 the pre- pandemic business levels will not be re-established. The great concern is no longer the opening of the restaurant, since there is a certain date, but under what conditions it is going to operate and if such conditions are to be viable from an economic, labor and business point of view.

 

Following this enormous crisis, SEP Horeca, consulting division of the Caterdata Group, created SEP Jurídic, manager of labor and business issues. According to his Director General, Alfonso Pastor, “we have acted quickly to assess what the sector will need in the medium term to compensate for the loss of customer sales.”

All of the above forces the restorer to open new sources of income that are more than ever necessary to ensure their survival. Today the Restoration license allows the service of food to carry and delivery but, from SEP Jurídic, it is believed that extending to a food store license will allow the restorer to generate billing with a discreet investment. This way you can not only give the prepared food service, but also sell ingredients at competitive prices and attractive formats with the advantage of the proximity of the final consumer. Significado de los nombres

From SEPJurídic, the service is offered to process the expansion of the activity, which until now meant only the service of food and beverages to consume in the establishment and of service at home, and thus to be able to offer service of sale of food and drink products.

In line with the provisions of the Government, as well as the proposals of hospitality associations, it can be confirmed that the independent restorer will not only suffer a start of activity with obvious decapitalization and financial burdens, but will also face an investment to adapt his premises to the health requirements. This will result in a decrease of more than 70 per cent of the usual billing in much of the catering premises following social distance and tax capacity limits. On the other hand, the restorer will find a potential comensal that is diminished in his purchasing power, aimed at feeding at home and with some mistrust of having to be exposed to situations of human agglomeration.

 

“Now that the activity is stopped the main function is mainly to move the latest developments in the change of regulations as a result of COVID-19 and the decisions taken by the government,” explains Pastor. “While the state of alarm lasts, it is intended to help develop contingency plans at the job and business level, that is, to know how to access labor, financial or benefits.”

In this context, “we need to start designing contingency plans because at the time of return to work, preventive and organizational measures, safety measures and occupational health must be taken into account. The return of staff to their place of work must also be adjusted, measures must be taken on the spaces, the organization of shifts, schedules and the mobility and safety of workers and customers”, says Pastor.

Food shop licenses to support restaurant income

Food shop licenses to support restaurant income

The measures taken by the Government may entail a decrease in billing of up to 70 per cent in most establishments. The sector is at the limit and must adapt to

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2024-05-20

 

Food shop licenses to support restaurant income
Food shop licenses to support restaurant income

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