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National Restaurant Association

The National Restaurant Association is the largest foodservice trade association in the world* — supporting over 500,000 restaurant businesses. In partnership with our state restaurant associations, we work every day to empower all restaurant owners and operators to achieve more than they thought possible.

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By the numbers: New National Restaurant Association research explores COVID-19’s effect on business

A dizzying drop in sales and mounting layoffs are just two of the disturbing findings in this national survey.

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Tap into the National Restaurant Association’s official coronavirus resource page

Industry-specific guidance, links to additional resources and webinars are available on the regularly updated site.

The 2020 State of the Restaurant Industry report finds restaurants are as competitive as ever in capturing stomach share.

The growing demand for food delivery is transforming the way restaurants do off-premise business.

From overtime laws to alcohol delivery, here are some of the latests issues state restaurant associations are focused on.

Restaurants gear up for more states to pursue bills in 2020.

Melvin Rodrigue, president and CEO of New Orleans-based Galatoire's Restaurants, is ready to get to work.

Regulations on employee tips can be confusing. Here’s a breakdown on three hot topics in tip law.

January is a great time to get reacquainted with the services offered by the National Restaurant Association and Educational Foundation. Here's a handy resource with quick links to them all.

The National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Industry 2030 report predicts a changing workforce, new restaurant formats and hyperlocal regulations.

It’s our most celebratory and emotional time of the year. Are your employees up to speed on safe holiday alcohol service?

The National Restaurant Association teams with the World Wildlife Fund to provide practical tips for reducing food waste in operations.

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