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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.


Social Campaign Promotes Mood-Boosting Effects of Produce

Produce for Better Health launches monthlong "Food Rooted in a Better Mood" program to encourage consumption of produce.

RaceTrac Launches Online Ordering Platform

New feature and other in-store initiatives adhere to social distancing guidelines

More chains and independents are bringing orders to the curb. The service could stick around.

Delivery has surged since the shutdown, but price concerns, regulatory moves and operators’ own adjustments suggest it will look a lot different once life returns to normal.

Cowen, Nielsen provide nonalcohol sales update for all markets

Bringg CEO Guy Bloch discusses congestion in availability, a new product for small grocers, and why now is the time to prioritize sustainable delivery.

Move affects both field and corporate employees

Independent operators surveyed by the James Beard Foundation said they’d laid off 91% of their hourly workers, and just 1 in 5 expects to remain open for the duration of the government-mandated dine-in shutdown.

The organizations are helping schools get in contact with distributors and processors for produce that can be included in grab-and-go meals.

The fast casual has $112 million in cash and is currently burning through about $1.5 million per week.

Operators say the process was an ordeal, and the terms may yield less assistance than was intended.

Buoyed by a 41.2% gain in meat, total perimeter store sales increased 15.8% through April 5 vs. same week last year.

Store experts are now taking their in-person demonstrations online to help customers learn while relieving boredom.

Altria announces Willard’s decision as he recovers from COVID-19

The White House’s plan for restarting the economy calls for reactivating dine-in service in three phases, with safety checks before each.

When they reopen, sports and entertainment venues must hit the reset button and adapt to the new normal.

As the ban on dining in continues, restaurants continue to come up with creative ways to generate business.

Experts from StoreMasters share observations and advice to help retailers navigate and plan for the next generation of complexities in a reordered grocery world.

Diesel sales plunge on retail and restaurant closings, as c-store sales moderate

City, county measures to curb COVID-19 spread among homeless will remain in place until governor revokes state of emergency

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