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Joe Guszkowski

Senior Editor

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Joe Guszkowski

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Operations

Unrest forces some restaurants to put their comebacks on hold

Widespread protests and violence has forced some operators to delay long-awaited reopenings from the coronavirus shutdown.

Operations

Restaurants register support for George Floyd protests

Several chains and countless independents expressed solidarity as the movement swept the country.

The Gandhi Mahal restaurant called for justice following the death of George Floyd.

Slowly returning diners and government limits on dine-in service are making for a hesitant comeback.

Restaurants in Montana and Oklahoma are restocking the fastest, even as those in West Virginia, Rhode Island and New Mexico are hitting their low points, according to new purchasing data.

Chuck E. Cheese’s delivery-only offshoot made waves on social media, but it’s far from the first chain to go undercover on third-party apps.

These chains made their debut on the Top 500 ranking.

Many are loosening liquor laws and extending tax deadlines, and some are offering low- or no-interest loans or grants. See what forms of assistance are available in your state.

Chains launched plant-based burgers and more in the past week, while others showcased winter produce.

More diners are ordering sides, appetizers and small plates at restaurants. See five more trends from this menu part and how operators can leverage them.

With a potential recession looming, Technomic looks ahead at the challenges and opportunities awaiting operators next year.

The meaning of value is always changing for consumers. Here's a check-in, based on Technomic data.

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