If a Lune croissant is a crucial, flaky, delicious part of your ordinary day it still can be, despite widespread closures due to coronavirus.

The croissanterie will be tweaking its business model in coming weeks to protect staff and customers from the disease. From tomorrow, Lune's two outposts – in Fitzroy and the CBD – will be strictly to-go until further notice.

“At Lune we are committed to ensure that croissants can remain part of your everyday routine for as long as we possibly can, and as such, we are taking preventative action,” the business wrote in an Instagram post on Monday.

Both locations will still sell takeaway coffee but customers can no longer BYO reusable coffee cups.

Trading hours remain as normal. See the full post below.

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👫 - In this very surreal time we are finding ourselves having to make some pretty drastic changes to our daily routines. For many, croissants are a part of that routine; that little everyday treat to look forward to and enjoy. . At Lune we are committed to ensure that croissants can remain part of your everyday routine for as long as we possibly can, and as such, we are taking preventative action. In order to protect our staff, our production environment, and you, the public, ‪from tomorrow‬ both our stores will strictly be take away only. . The hatch will be in operation in Fitzroy, and we will be setting up a take away system in the CBD. We will still offer full coffee service in both stores, but will not be taking any reusable coffee cups. Trading hours will be as per normal. . If you have a booking for the Lune Lab in the coming weeks, no need to worry - we will still be running all Lune Labs. . Please contact us if you have any questions about this announcement. We look forward to seeing you for your daily croissant. . Love the Lune Team ❤️ . 📸 by @justeatsleeprepeat - #lunecroissant

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