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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.


Outback units reopen to 83% of pre-pandemic levels

The shift by off-premise customers to dine-in service was minimal, according to the chain’s parent.


Treasury makes a restaurant-requested tweak in the PPP's forgiveness rules

Borrowers will no longer be dinged for furloughed employees who decline their old jobs.

Hundreds of its restaurants have stopped selling burgers amid beef supply challenges.

The state has repurchased alcohol inventories but is allowing licensed establishments to sell the supplies and pay for them later.

The fast-casual chain acknowledged that its current real estate portfolio is challenging during the coronavirus pandemic and said it is looking to add pickup windows.

CEC Entertainment, which also owns Peter Piper Pizza, lost most of its sales in the aftermath of the coronavirus shutdown.

Multiple polls say a sizable majority of the U.S. is opposed to the return of dine-in restaurants even as states start easing restrictions.

A surge in to-go sales has pushed stores close to profitability, executives say.

The struggling eatertainment chain said it will use the money to “strengthen its balance sheet.”

Families sheltering at home can still treat mom to a chef-inspired dining experience.

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