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Industries all across the country are experiencing the disruptive impact of the COVID-19. Discover how it could affect the U.S. foodservice, grocery and convenience industries.

Financing

RRF replenishment vote now expected Thursday, May 19

The date targeted for the vote has shifted forward and back in recent days. Now lobbyists say the showdown will come tomorrow.

Financing

Vote on re-upping RRF expected next week

The Senate is expected to take up the Cardin-Wicker bill, which would provide an additional $40 billion in grant funding for restaurants.

The figure marks a sharp increase from March, signaling that the industry's recovery has a ways to go.

Sweet & Sour: The tags deliver benefits that will keep them in use long after the pandemic fades.

Health officials say the precaution is now unnecessary because of a sharp and unexpected drop in hospitalizations.

Dine-in restaurant customers will be required to wear a face covering starting Monday.

The measure could give restaurants that missed the first round another shot. But it faces tough resistance in the Senate.

Several Senate elders have put a new proposal on the table. This one addresses some of the issues that killed past efforts.

BLT Restaurant Group said it was unable to meet the requirements for PPP forgiveness due to the closure of indoor dining in New York City.

A provision replenishing the aid program for restaurants was excluded from the appropriation bills that will pass to keep the government funded.

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