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Coronavirus

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.


FDA Warns H2 Beverages About Selling Unapproved, Misbranded Products

Agency: Hydro Shot, Silver Bullet Green Tea with Zinc, Hydro Brew Unsweetened Green Tea not drugs

Steal This Idea: Leverage Back-to-School Season for Sales

PepsiCo data shows how retailers can capitalize on shopping trends

Local health officials noted that new data could still trigger the requirement, but not for at least a week.

The National Restaurant Association has called on the Small Business Administration to distribute the aid immediately to restaurants whose aid applications were mothballed.

IRI webinar dives deep into consumer behavior, from which generations are driving growth to the consumer groups retailers should target

Hospitalization rates have spiked, putting the area on track to resume protections against a new coronavirus variant.

The decision is a rare instance of an insurer losing the argument that a policy only applies in instances of structural damage. But the applicability is likely limited because the ruling was by a state court.

Up 66 cents per gallon in the last month as gasoline supply tightens

In the annual ranking of the most visible U.S. companies, Trader Joe's, H-E-B and Wegmans make up the top five, while Publix and Kroger are among the top 25.

Arrivalist expects an 8.5% year-over-year increase in trips

The date targeted for the vote has shifted forward and back in recent days. Now lobbyists say the showdown will come tomorrow.

In search of the best prices as grocery prices continue to rise, more consumers are visiting multiple retailers or seeking out promotions and sales.

Rankings from Top Data show retail industry ‘is back, better than ever’

The Senate is expected to take up the Cardin-Wicker bill, which would provide an additional $40 billion in grant funding for restaurants.

What are the attitudes on growth, delivery, labor and more? A review of numbers from CSP’s annual industry survey

The figure marks a sharp increase from March, signaling that the industry's recovery has a ways to go.

Health officials say the precaution is now unnecessary because of a sharp and unexpected drop in hospitalizations.

Sweet & Sour: The tags deliver benefits that will keep them in use long after the pandemic fades.

Dine-in restaurant customers will be required to wear a face covering starting Monday.

The measure could give restaurants that missed the first round another shot. But it faces tough resistance in the Senate.

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