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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.

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First Watch adjusts for life after COVID

The daytime dining chain is tweaking its operations with the additions of bars and takeout areas while forgoing the dash into farther-afield ventures such as ghost concepts and virtual brands.

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Michigan to lift restaurant restrictions starting Tuesday

The state is also dropping all requirements that face masks be worn, regardless of an individual's vaccination status.

The PPP and the Restaurant Revitalization Fund may be done, but the agency's Emergency Injury Disaster Loan program still has money available for loans and grants.

The decision by Gov. Andrew Cuomo was unscheduled but expected. He had pledged to lift all remaining limits as soon as 70% of the population had been vaccinated.

The celebrity chef announced the grants Saturday. Six other individuals were awarded scholarships totaling $175,000.

The Anderson-DuBose Co., based in Cleveland, Ohio, was chosen because of the support it provided 450 units in four states during the pandemic.

Vaccinated employees and guests no longer need to cover their faces, but how can an operator determine if they have been?

Nearly 3,000 approved applicants, all women and people in groups deemed most in need, were told they wouldn't get their funds following legal challenges to the selection process.

More than 3.7 million people used Yelp to find a seat in a restaurant last month, a new record, suggesting a major comeback for eating out.

Roark managing partner Neal Aronson will retain control of a 4.6% stake. The buyback more than doubled Roark's initial investment.

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