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


Chains are increasingly taking over the restaurant business

Independents are dying while fast-food chains hit record numbers, which seems likely to continue, says RB’s The Bottom Line.


Winners chosen in Chicago’s outdoor dining design contest

Will cozy cabins or heated tables allow restaurants to continue service even as the weather gets colder?

Restaurants may soon learn if their loans have become grants.

The agency has added airborne contamination as an indoor danger, albeit a lesser one.

The state has become a COVID-19 hotspot, the state's top health official said.

Also under the new ordinance, third-party services will need restaurants’ consent to be featured on their marketplaces.

The president said he's suspending negotiations on a new relief package until after the election.

Aside from QSRs, the robotics company views ghost kitchens as a big area of opportunity.

Ongoing collaboration led to an inexpensive idea that delivered new opportunities.

Restaurants will get temporary free access to the ordering platform. It is the second such partnership to be announced in as many weeks.

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