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Coronavirus Updates

Top ways to support Juliana's Catering and our community

Things have changed rapidly due to COVID-19. Whether you're just in search of some delicious food to get you through this difficult time, or you're looking to donate to local relief efforts, here are our top 3 resources:

Support  Juliana's


To support our family business and our employees through this crisis, we are remaining open with modified offerings. You can help us by: 

  1. Ordering meals to go and catering. We have a selection of our catering best-sellers available in a variety of sizes including family meal deals.

  2. Purchasing a Juliana's gift card. You can use this NOW at our pizza pop-up, or LATER towards a catered event when we've resumed normal operations.


Support hungry local families through slices of hope

Donate now to provide a free meals to families in need in our community. No donation amount is too small.


Juliana's Catering will match all donations and will prepare and distribute meals each week to families in need who have contacted Bethany Hadvab, the Sudbury Board of Health social worker, asking for assistance.


A note on our COVID-19 coronavirus preparedness


As each day progresses with new developments on the COVID-19 coronavirus, we want to let you know that we’re fully dedicated to the safety, health, and wellbeing of our employees, our customers, and our community. We are all faced with an issue of immense magnitude, and our hearts go out to all who have been affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus.

We are monitoring the evolving situation and want to let you know what this means for Juliana’s Catering right now:


  • Food & Employee Safety is always our top priority. Our facilities have the highest levels of food and employee safety, and we are reinforcing several precautionary measures, such as vigilant hand-washing before, continuously throughout, and after employee shifts. Any employee experiencing any flu-like symptoms is being required to stay home, and we have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our facilities, with special attention to high-contact surfaces, such as chairs, tables, and counters, to ensure our kitchens remain open to serve you with the highest standard of cleanliness. As we closely monitor the evolving situation we will continue to stay at the forefront of best practices set in place by the CDC, WHO, FDA, and local authorities.


  • Prepared foods will continue to be available with contactless delivery. We understand that social distancing may change your plans for in-person events. That’s why we’re shifting focus to offer you contactless delivery on any of our food. We’ve also developed additional prepared meals packages to keep you, your friends and your family well-fed during these uncertain times. Upon request, we’re happy to provide no-contact deliveries straight to your doorstep. If you have an in-person event scheduled with us and would like to discuss alternative options, please give us a call at 1-800-310-2017 and we’ll help you find a solution. 

  • We're here to help you save a trip to the grocery store. We will work hard to keep our shelves stocked so you can put meal planning on autopilot without having to leave your home. Check out all of our catered trays and new options for prepared meals, and give us a call at 1-800-310-2017 to schedule a delivery.

If needed, whether in the interest of our customers and team members or if directed by local health departments, we will consider temporary kitchen closures.

As we do  our part to keep our restaurants clean and safe, we encourage you to take notice of measures from the CDC for preventing the spread of viruses.  We know – some of these seem obvious,  and some  prove to be  harder than you think (turns out we touch our faces a lot – who knew?), but following them  goes  a long way toward staying healthy and keeping our communities safe:  


  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. 

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. 

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available. 


We’ll continue to stay vigilant of the situation and keep you informed as we overcome these challenges together.

In the meantime, stay safe and healthy.


Nick Chunias & the Juliana’s Catering team

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