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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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NYC airs plans for dealing with the sidewalk sheds that sprouted mid-pandemic

Abandoned structures are being torn down while patently illegal facilities field ultimatums from the city.

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Los Angeles restaurants are spared a new mask mandate—for now

Local health officials noted that new data could still trigger the requirement, but not for at least a week.

The National Restaurant Association has called on the Small Business Administration to distribute the aid immediately to restaurants whose aid applications were mothballed.

Hospitalization rates have spiked, putting the area on track to resume protections against a new coronavirus variant.

The decision is a rare instance of an insurer losing the argument that a policy only applies in instances of structural damage. But the applicability is likely limited because the ruling was by a state court.

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

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.

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