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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.


Needing cash, restaurant companies tap their banks

Several companies have drawn down on revolving credit lines as they seek to build up cash to get through a rough period.


Starbucks is closing access to its cafes

The coffee chain is going to a drive-thru-only model for at least two weeks and will pay workers for the next 30 days whether they come to work or not.

The promotions provide much needed comic relief amid the coronavirus outbreak.

With few other choices, high-end establishments get creative with meals to go.

The casual-dining giant will continue to offer takeout while rolling out self-delivery.

Closed dining rooms will be the death knell for many restaurant companies, some of whom were on weak footing to begin with, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Independent restaurant operators battle to keep their businesses as the coronavirus spreads.

Foodservice groups and establishments prove “it truly takes a village” as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies.

During the unprecedented coronavirus crisis, independent operators struggle to make life-or-death decisions for their businesses.

The company is extending royalty and ad fund payments to help operators conserve cash.

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