The companies will also donate face masks to Food Banks Canada.
As many parts of Canada tentatively move into stage two of reopening, restaurants and bars are starting to be given the green light to reopen. And whilst we’re thrilled that patios will be coming back into our lives, there is undoubtedly some hesitation from consumers and workers alike in regards to safety – which is why Labatt Breweries has teamed up with Toronto-based fashion brand Pink Tartan to create 135,000 non-medical face masks to be donated to restaurants across Canada.
The face masks (which are washable and made with 100% cotton with a poly-cotton interior) are part of reopening kits being distributed to Labatt’s restaurant partners (which also include hand sanitizer, sanitizer towers and social distancing signage) as well as Food Banks Canada.
Speaking with FASHION about the collaboration, Pink