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Eating and drinking places added 123,700 jobs, bringing their total workforce to within 800,000 of the pre-pandemic level.

Woven into his comments on America's challenges at home and abroad were a few tidbits with special meaning for the foodservice industry. Here's a rundown.

Operations on the West Coast no longer have to require masks, and establishments in the nation's largest city can drop their proof-of-vaccine requirement as of Monday.

Chicago, New York, Seattle and a number of other jurisdictions are modifying the safety protocols. But masks are not disappearing.

Employers are also finding that more hours are needed because new hires aren't as efficient.

Industry sales declined for the third time in four months in January, according to new federal data. And the slowdown appeared to accelerate.

Workers are now entitled to up to 80 hours of pay while they nurse themselves or a family member back from a case of COVID-19.

As omicron ebbs, the industry is leaning on governments to end some emergency measures and make others permanent.

The owner of KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Habit Burger said “we’re moving to a better place” as the impact of the pandemic on its restaurants eases.

Six things to know about the fast casual’s new “restaurant of the future,” and why it’s so bullish on using technology to sell more chicken wings.

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