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How Panera is shifting its catering business for the COVID era

A new virtual catering channel and more are giving the brand hope for the sluggish revenue channel in the new year.


Caterers are adapting new business models to recoup holiday sales

With big corporate parties out, the catering industry is creating small solutions to bring in some revenue this season.

As many employees continue to work remotely, the traditional company cafeteria model is changing.

The state is one of several that have lifted restrictions on restaurants this week.

The restaurant group is engaging corporate clients with video cooking sessions in lieu of live dinners.

The food is portioned and packed to lessen the chance of human contact

As employees begin to trickle back to the workplace, restaurants are revamping catered lunches to meet today’s demands.

Many restaurants have suspended their programs, but the service has a history of bouncing back.

For the first six weeks of Q4, off-premise business has lifted comparable sales for company units by 7%, according to parent BBQ Holdings.

Customers' expectations around packaging and food waste are changing, and restaurants should reflect that, Advice Guy says.

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