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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.

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Even with no symptoms, Chuy’s is grilled on coronavirus

The casual chain posted a 2.9% comp gain and a 5.4% rise in revenues, but investors wanted to learn more about pandemic what-ifs.

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McDonald’s cancels its worldwide convention over coronavirus

The company reminded operators to increase the frequency of sanitizing surfaces and has created a team to develop contingency plans for its U.S. locations.

CEOs of Papa John’s and Brinker International are among those who have bought stock since Wall Street’s coronavirus-related selloff began in February, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Every employer should be considering these moves right now, according to a law firm that specializes in employment situations.

According to a law firm specializing in employment issues, here are some guidelines to keep in mind.

Same-store sales in the country fell 78% in February, though 90% of stores are now open, and sales are improving as life slowly returns to normal.

A Technomic survey reveals that Americans are paying close attention to the topic, even as they are uncertain about what to do.

From boosting cleaning efforts to seeking out ways to bolster delivery sales, restaurants are adapting to a fast-moving global crisis.

Yum has told executives to limit their travel, while other companies postpone events to prevent the virus’s spread.

As virus fears grip the country, experts stress planning and good food safety practices to reduce risk.

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