New York / Miami -- Miami Culinary Tours has earned the prestigious SanSee Shield, establishing themselves as a leader in reopening Miami’s tourism industry following the Covid-19 lockdowns.
By certifying that their food tours have passed an extensive safety and hygiene audit, Miami Culinary Tours is putting concern for the customer first by going the extra mile to protect their guests.
As we learn more about the substantially lower outdoor transmission rates of Covid-19 compared to indoors, Miami Culinary Tours in accordance with the CDC best practices and the Miami-Dade county reopening plan took the necessary steps of moving all their tours to be conducted in the open air, modifying the tour experience without changing the quality of the tours which guests are expecting” said Jon Peahl, President of SanSee Systems. “By completing our 100 point checklist, owner Grace Della has proven she’s committed to keeping her visitors, employees, and city safe as the world springs back to life post Covid-19.”
The company is the first in Florida to pass the screening offered by SanSee, a health and safety consulting firm serving tours and attractions, and achieved one of the highest scores given to date among over 200 tours certified globally. Applicants are scored based on their ability to communicate safety clearly, plan their tours to minimize risk, train their teams well, and commit to operational excellence.
“Miami Culinary Tours has a history of great reviews from customers, and even though the world has changed dramatically, great food and great people will continue to shine. We hope the SanSee Shield awarded to Miami Culinary Tours will help put traveler’s minds at ease knowing that the thought and care going on behind the scenes is as thorough as what’s going on in front” said Peahl.