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Baskin-Robbins closes stores, reduces hours in response to COVID-19

Baskin-Robbins Canada has published a list of stores which have temporarily closed or reduced hours to help contain the spread of COVID-19.

Baskin-Robbins Canada has published a list of stores which have temporarily closed or reduced hours as part of the brand’s efforts of containing the spread of COVID-19.

“In these challenging times, we reiterate our commitment to ensuring the health and safety of our

guests, franchise partners, employees, and the communities we serve,” said Natalie Joseph,

representative for Baskin-Robbins Canada. “As a franchise-based brand, we have given our franchise partners the flexibility to provide relief to their employees and allow extra time for deep cleaning and, when needed, temporarily close their locations. We’re working closely with them through these challenging times.”

In addition to reinforcing health and hygiene procedures, Baskin-Robbins Canada has also temporarily suspended its Pink Spoon sampling program, closed in-store dine-in, and reduced its services to takeout, curbside, and delivery where available.

A list of shops with new hours of operation and temporary closures, can be found on the store locater at www.baskinrobbins.ca.

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