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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.


Ark Restaurants learns how risky the pandemic can be for independents

One of the multi-concept operator's priorities right now is holding onto year-end holiday bookings.


Nearly 24,000 restaurants are closed, Yelp says

Half of those are permanent. At first glance, the figure is smaller than earlier estimates.

The pandemic wreaked havoc on the foodservice-dependent fishing industry. Now restaurants are dealing with higher costs.

The chain will let friends and family send pizzas to couples whose events were delayed due to the coronavirus.

Navin Nagrani, from Hilco Real Estate, joins the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” to discuss pain points the industry faces in the coming months.

Some states are seeing record numbers of coronavirus cases, calling into the question the safety of continuing with phased reopenings of restaurants and bars.

Places that undergo training and verification of their safety will be awarded a certificate from the Texas Restaurant Association for public display.

The judge's action in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case is believed to be among the first uses of a common legal concept as leverage against landlords.

The burger chain’s East Coast operator has closed 15 restaurants, citing the coronavirus for hurting sales.

The stores represent 10% of the family’s holdings in its hometown of Houston.

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