No Food or Drink Signs
Post one of our great No Food or Drink signs in your business, office, or facility to avoid contamination and maintain an optimal hygiene level. Our signs can be used outdoor and indoors. They are constructed to withstand high temperatures, harsh weather conditions and are made with high-quality materials. We offer many shapes, sizes, and colors. And of course, you can customize all of our signs to meet your requirements!
Let your visitors, employees, and customers know that food consumption or drinking in certain areas of your facility is forbidden with a functional, great no food or drink sign. We have many materials and a range of sizes for you to choose from. The sign can be utilized in many places, from a car (such as a taxi or bus) to a retail shop.
Signs are available in rigid plastic for secure mounting, or you can opt for self-adhesive or magnetic signs, depending on location and use.
Our signs are specifically designed to indicate visitors that beverages and food are not allowed in a specific area.
Our No Food or Drink signs can be displayed for hygienic reasons or safety. The best way to inform this message is to display our no food or drink signs around at your facility. We also have a new addition of no food or drink tabletop signs that are ideal for use in reception areas, meeting and conference rooms, and exhibition halls.
No food or drink signs outside restaurants are meant to warn patrons against bringing in outside food or beverages. The health code requires you to consume only those items bought in the restaurant in which you are sitting.
The reason is obvious in retail shops: no one wants to try out or buy a clothing garment stained. But there are other more serious reasons to prohibit food or beverage consumption, for instance, at a laboratory.
Food ingestion and chemically contaminated drinks are sources of chemical exposure. If someone brings a beverage or food and stores it in a chemical refrigerator or cabinet, it can cause cross-contamination. When you store beverages or food in a chemical cabinet (or a refrigerator), chemical absorption by vapor happens. Then, chemical exposure takes place. If anyone should consume that spoiled food, it could lead to severe consequences. Therefore, eating or drinking in the lab is strictly forbidden.
To prevent exposure to hazardous chemicals through ingestion, health experts recommend you not eat, drink, chew gum, or apply cosmetics in areas where hazardous chemicals are used. Wash your hands thoroughly after using chemicals or other laboratory materials, even if you were wearing gloves, especially before eating or drinking.
Our No food and Drink signs are amazing, effective reminders of such rule. Keep your area clean, hygienic, and safe!