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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.


Safe contact during pandemic can have lasting effects

Building a strong customer experience has long been a driving force for earning customer loyalty—but with the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining a positive customer experience while having little or no physical contact with customers requires restaurant operators to rethink their approach to how they do business.


Zuul launches batch delivery service for offices, apartments

Zuul Market will allow employees and tenants to order from multiple restaurants for scheduled daily drops.

A survey suggests consumers’ comfort with eating at restaurants has hit a post-pandemic peak despite continued concerns about COVID-19

The measures will take effect on Thursday, with certain qualifications.

From small chains to big concepts, a number of restaurant chains have filed for Chapter 11, or Chapter 7, since the start of the pandemic. Here’s a list.

The emotional connection and controls on execution just aren’t there, according to its CEO.

The National Restaurant Association is among the parties awaiting clarification, especially on air circulation and filtration

Delivery companies will now need a restaurant’s consent to be listed on their platforms.

Eating and drinking places can immediately resume their pre-pandemic operations, including full use of dining rooms.

A lawsuit alleges the delivery company is listing these restaurants as closed or too far away in an attempt to redirect guests to official partners.

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