Stonewall Kitchen, manufacturer of shelf-stable foods and home goods, announced the reopening of their Camden, ME, Nashua, NH, North Conway, NH, Portsmouth, NH, Rochester, NH, and South Windsor, CT company stores.
“We’re opening carefully and thoughtfully,” said John Stiker, CEO of Stonewall Kitchen. “Our first priority remains the continued safety and health of our associates and guests. We have implemented various safety measures in our stores, including mandatory face coverings for staff and guests, markings on the floor for social distancing, no more than 50% capacity, and plexiglass partitions at the registers. We have also ceased sampling in our stores and have established enhanced cleaning protocols that follow CDC guidance related to cleaning and disinfecting.”
Stiker also said that while stores are open for walk-in guests, the company is still urging guests to use its call ahead to shop/pick-up method to reduce in-store capacity.
Additionally, the York, ME-based campus will be offering curbside pickup from its café. It will have a limited menu and guests are encouraged to call in orders. The Cooking School in York is set to open on June 1 with limited seating that ensures social distancing; class sign-up is now available on the company website.