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Manufacturers are continuing to innovate to meet the increased demand for takeout, delivery and safety.
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The fast-casual salad chain plans to open its first tech-enabled “drive-in” restaurant early next year in Highlands Ranch, Colo.
Some of the chain’s locations, which shut down all of it stores in May, have been purchased by digital kitchen platform C3.
The fast casual, which has struggled with traffic during the pandemic, said it plans to roll out delivery via Uber Eats on its app and website systemwide early next year.
More than ever, consumers everywhere are interested and engaged with learning about where their food comes from—and that includes where and how their beef is raised.
The fast-casual wing brand put the pieces in place for digital transformation just before crisis landed at its doorstep.
The iconic farm-to-table restaurant is serving all of its off-premise dishes in stainless-steel bowls and boxes, which must be returned after use.
The two icons join a growing list of restaurants that have closed during the pandemic.
The hotel industry is dealt another economic blow as the CDC urges consumers to stay home this holiday season.
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