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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.


Illinois finds $50M in pandemic aid for restaurants

Another $75 million was found for hotels. The money is intended to ease a transition from survival to sustained recovery.


London-born Wagamama takes another swing at U.S. growth

The pan-Asian concept opens a seventh unit this week in Tampa, with two more to come.

OnCue invests in program to help employees better manage customer threats and interactions

Nostalgia and ready-to-eat offerings among innovations highlighted in Placer.ai study

The restaurant industry is entering a new year with more distance from the bleakest days of the crisis than the calendar might suggest.

They're still furious over how they were treated at the pandemic's start, the research shows. The way to get them back is showing them proof that a repeat won't happen.

Industry leaders took reporters behind the numbers for a clearer, more nuanced picture of hospitality's ongoing rebound from the pandemic.

But the assistance, capped at $25,000, would be available only to small operations.

Izzat and Tarik Freitekh were sentenced to 36 and 87 months in prison, respectively, for defrauding the aid program.

The assistance grants will be distributed to 169 operators who've already been notified of their funding.

Key stakeholders from the Convenience Distribution Association addressed challenges and solutions to help meet consumer expectations

Under a state program specifically for travel and hospitality businesses, establishments can qualify for grants of up to $20,000.

The average U.S. restaurant is open 6.4 fewer hours a week because of the inability to find workers, according to a study from Datassential.

The Biden administration has issued new recommendations for protecting workers as the nation heads into fall and winter.

A retailer, distributor and supplier share advice for success

The operators allegedly hatched and executed a scheme to cheat a feeding program for children.

Ability to offer single-serve beverages crucial advantage as IRI research reveals keys to winning customers

Abandoned structures are being torn down while patently illegal facilities field ultimatums from the city.

Expert R.J. Hottovy talks what has and hasn’t changed, drive-thrus, specialty coffee and more

Complete 2022 Outlook Survey soon to be entered for chance to win $100 gift card

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