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Keeping you safe:

Your safety is our top priority at Ono Bowls. Below are our current safety procedures: 

  • Our staff constantly disinfects all surfaces, wear gloves and frequently change them, and always wear masks 

  • Outdoor seating is open for customers at a minimum six foot distance

  • We currently offer curbside delivery and pickup, as well as online ordering and call to order

  • Our cashiers change gloves between every cash exchange and have a self-using credit card reader

  • We restrict in-store guests to select staff only

  • Our entire staff has practiced isolation since March in our own personal lives in order not to spread it to you 

We will continue to do what is best for the world as a whole. We believe social distancing and masks work and we will proudly continue to do both. 

COVID-19 timeline: 

March 13: 

U.S. Declares National emergency. Ono NY locations close, NJ is open with only owners working to fully protect staff.

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March 16: 

Ono begins to offer produce boxes. We noticed the long lines at markets and knew we could help our community get produce without risk. #StopTheSpread 

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March 26: 

Ono starts using masks. We did not want to use any before due to possible shortage.


April 11: 

Honored to be one of the chosen to feed the front line, delivering hundreds of bowls to healthcare workers.


March 15:

The community lines up for free toilet paper, meant as a joke but quickly realizing this shit is real (pun intended). 


March 18: 

We set up our back room as an assembly line making over 100 boxes a day, working 12 hour days, every single day.


March 31: 

Cases surpass 6 million globally. We are scared but love notes from our community help us get by. 

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April 15: 

Local businesses donate our produce boxes to healthcare workers. 


May 3: 

Ono food truck donates bowls to front-line workers, teaming up with Cranford Flag and starting delivery to the community. 


June 2: 

Over 6000 boxes and counting serviced to our community, continuously spreading Aloha.


As we seem to get one pandemic under control, another surfaces. The nation stands together to support each other in equality #BlackLivesMatter.

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