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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.


The top trends impacting restaurant menus

The National Restaurant Association surveyed operators and consumers to pinpoint current culinary and dining trends.

Helping Workers Take Their Best Shot

Dollar General and Instacart are offering time off or pay for workers to get vaccines—but they aren’t necessarily requiring it.

The American Hotel & Lodging Association is urging President-elect Biden to turn the nation’s lodging properties—some 50,000 per state—into auxiliary inoculation centers.

Retailer issues updates on acquisition, quarter-to-date financials

The Lempert Report: Poll finds consumers are drinking more during the pandemic—and sometimes during the workday.

When it comes to the vaccine rollout, operators have more questions than answers so far.

With fewer people on-site, all types of dining operations are serving up meals to those in need.

A special Power 20 episode

Business listings will reflect guests’ observations around social distancing and mask wearing.

The tweaks include a much lower cap on loan size to shift more of the funding toward small businesses.

Danielle Vogel worked on Capitol Hill before launching a grocery store. Amid the chaos of the past year and the past week, the grocery community helps everyone get through, she says.

A majority of survey respondents said that employee safety was somewhat or much more difficult during the pandemic.

A doubling of off-premise business failed to offset the loss of on-site business, the franchisor said.

The digital retailer delivered on speed, price and quality, overtaking H-E-B and Trader Joe's, the annual survey showed.

Constant pivoting can breed constant stress, as FSDs around the country have learned firsthand.

Lending to restaurants that previously received a PPP loan will begin on Wednesday.

Ordinance would apply to grocery, drug, convenience-store workers that fit criteria

See what’s in store for Danella’s district, which was named FSD’s January 2021 Foodservice Operation of the Month.

On a new episode of "Dig In," FSD Lori Danella shares how her foodservice team prepared for the unprecedented.

Indoor dining has been capped at 25% of capacity, and reservations systems and records are required.

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