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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.

Workforce

Olive Garden's parent sets a policy on employee vaccinations

Darden Restaurants will provide four hours of paid time for getting the anti-COVID shots, but will not require the inoculations

Financing

Restaurant sales to jump 10.2% in 2021, National Restaurant Association says

The group’s just-issued forecast expects sales at eating and drinking places will hit $548.3 billion.

Yelp data showed one promising sign for restaurants amid an otherwise difficult year.

With the pandemic’s third wave having crested, officials are allowing on-site dining to resume—though not as quickly as many operators would like.

The rise in per-restaurant revenue came despite the continuing suspension of indoor dining in California, the casual chain's largest market.

High unemployment and low business travel add up to a slow recovery.

Corporate Executive Chef Eric Goldberg looks at the silver linings that emerged from adaptations made during 2020.

A federal court decided that a microorganism exemption may not hold, and that physical damage need not be sustained.

Orders fell by nearly a quarter overall, but purchases of things like disposable bags and food safety products soared.

The aid, including a $50 million rehiring plan just for restaurants, are included in the budget Gov. Cuomo aired Tuesday.

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