CORONAVIRUS: Maidstone Distillery creates hand sanitiser
Thursday 2nd April 2020
A DISTILLERY in Maidstone has created a hand sanitiser.
Maidstone Distillery will be distributing to local organisations, but hope to be able to expand this in time.
Owner Darren Graves wrote: "This certainly isn't the first product we thought would leave the Distillery, but we find ourselves spurred on to do whatever we can to support the fight against Covid-19.
"Following recent advice from HMRC, who have relaxed licensing around the use of alcohol in the production of hand sanitisers, we're thrilled that we can do our bit to help equip local health and public services.
"For now we will be distributing to organisations locally, but we hope to be able to expand this in time."
Anyone interested can email their requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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