New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology

Restaurants turn to meal kits to boost sales

Operators are packaging the ingredients for make-at-home pizzas, brunch, tacos and more to deliver to housebound consumers.


National Restaurant Association offers host of valuable coronavirus information resources

A recently relaunched COVID-19 resource page walks you through the information and links you need to keep up with the fast-changing business landscape.

New research shows the impact has been particularly severe for operators in New York—a possible preview of what’s to come in other areas.

TamperSeal labels feature security slits that cause the label to lose its integrity if someone attempts to open the container.

Staffs have been furloughed, salaries have been cut, and cash has been pooled.

Test your knowledge of industry best practices, what consumers want and more, and see how your restaurant stacks up.

These operators are fighting the coronavirus by thinking outside the box.

The 20-unit multiconcept group is turning its restaurants into pop-up markets where it can sell its supplies at a deep discount to consumers and employees.

It’s a way of maximizing search terms as consumers turn to third-party delivery amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Restaurant operators took to social media to rail against the unasked-for pleas for help.

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