I have been wondering about that too. I have a little honor stand setup with a cash box, but that would not conform to a sellers responsibility to sanitize commonly handled surfaces. It exposes me to handling things too as I bring in remaining containers, cash box, and money etc. Concerns are liability issues re. customer protection as well as my own.I'm about to extract and have wondered what concerns are out there for extracting, bottling and selling with the current pandemic.
I am a backyard beekeeper so it would not be a significant amount but enough of a concern that I want to educate myself.
They dont have to prove anything! Just make a claim against you and you have to spend the same money defending it as if it were legitimate.I understand honey to be a pretty good antiviral, so I doubt you can spread coronavirus in honey. Any type of package could possibly transfer the virus, but how in the world could someone prove they got coronavirus from your stand? Any can in the grocery store they picked up could be the culprit -- the gas pump they touched on the way home -- the air they breathed -- the mail they received that day.
:thumbsup:They dont have to prove anything! Just make a claim against you and you have to spend the same money defending it as if it were legitimate.
According to our provisions a merchandiser has to routinely sanitize items handled by customers so I think this rules out self serve. Ignorance is not a defense in the face of the law.