COVID-19 Statement

March 13, 2020

COVID-19 Statement

As a business SushiSushi takes the Health and Welfare of both its employee’s and customers to the very highest level.

All colleagues are briefed and fully aware of the updated Government guidelines on what actions they need to take if they start to show symptoms of the virus.

We are holding a daily meeting with all colleagues to discuss the latest Government updates and actions that need to be taken.

As a business SushiSushi has multi-skilled colleagues allowing flexibility to operate throughout the trading year.

At present, the ability for the business to supply our customers has not been affected by both suppliers and couriers operating as per normal.

We are aware that changes to market forces and the continued development of the Coronavirus and further Government intervention may affect the way customers shop and how our suppliers operate, however as of this time we still have strong availability on all key lines and full supplier and courier service.

We will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis taking all leads from the Governments latest advice and implementing into the business accordingly.






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