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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.

Love’s Dropping Face Mask Requirement for Vaccinated Customers, Employees

C-store chain is still practicing social distancing


Updated OSHA guidelines pose new duties for restaurant employers

The revised recommendations suggest one set of protocols for the vaccinated and another for the unvaccinated, suggesting employers will somehow have to keep track.

Restaurants getting by on old, patchwork systems had to shift gears last year, according to a new report from J.P. Morgan and FreedomPay.

'Pandemic,' 'COVID-19' and 'lockdown' are so 2020. Here are the buzz phrases currently in play.

Some alcohol distributors think pandemic-related habits will keep consumers drinking at home

The fondue concept says table traffic is soaring as consumers embrace the opportunity to socialize in a post-pandemic environment.

They describe the pandemic as a unifying force that triggered changes in how they’ll operate going forward.

The latest round of enticements for the uninoculated include free drinks at a favored eating or drinking spot.

In a sprint to meet federal vaccination goals, the retailer will offer five $1 million prizes and give away free groceries.

While much of the curriculum is staying the course, schools are introducing new skills and trainings to meet changing demands.

The loan program stopped accepting applications on Monday, but is still processing requests in hand. It provided a lifeline to more than 450,000 restaurants and hotels.

Giveaway part of effort to attract top talent, reward staff

Group voices concerns over labor shortage, operating costs, more, as corporation ramps up hiring

The sector’s biggest players indulged in considerable reinvention attempts as they felt the loss of breakfast and particular challenges at off-premise.

See how c-store operators responded to CSP’s survey on mask mandates, emerging from COVID-19

Restaurateurs whose applications won't be considered before the $29 billion fund runs out would have a shot at quickly collecting if Congress replenishes the pool.

Retail groups call on public health agencies to emphasize that state, local rules should not place burden on store employees

As the pandemic wiped out communal dining on campus, foodservice teams were quick to pivot. But as dining in resumes, what comes next?

The association explores how food retail will be affected by the pandemic, which sparked an increase in at-home cooking, accelerated adoption of e-commerce, and fostered a focus on health and wellness.

A Unite Here local says the money will further enrich owners and operators without necessarily trickling down to workers. It's pressing for direct aid to unemployed members.

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