The National Restaurant Association's Restaurant Law Center offers this guidance on what you can do to protect your restaurant and employees from coronavirus.
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Restaurants and governments need to formulate recovery strategies based on new consumer preferences, traffic patterns and revenue channels, says Chelsea van Hooven, global industry advisor at Choco.
According to The NPD Group, consumers now tend toward foods that are accessible, offer comfort or stress relief.
While your restaurants operate according to state and local COVID-19 guidelines, everyone plays a role in maintaining public safety, including you, your employees and your guests.
Meeting consumer expectations will help ensure that businesses can survive in difficult times and thrive once conditions improve.
Labor Department funding will allow for more training, education and career opportunities in our industry.
According to a Pew Research Study, 73% of adults 65 and older are Internet users, up from just 14% in 2000.
Technology is bringing new efficiencies, opportunities and profitability to agriculture and restaurant management.