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theguardian.com - Nosheen Iqbal - Asma Khan: 'Restaurants should be ranked on how they treat their people'
Asma Khan: 'Restaurants should be ranked on how they treat their people'
The Guardian

Asma Khan's biryani has the power to make you cry. Not in the hyperbolic, internet vernacular sense, where food is considered “amazing”, “divine” or “to die for”. But I took a friend to the farewell supper…

tampabay.com - Helen Freund - Six months of pandemic have profoundly changed Florida's restaurants
Six months of pandemic have profoundly changed Florida's restaurants
Tampa Bay Times

The news was delivered shortly after 2 p.m. on a sunny Friday afternoon: Within hours, Florida restaurants would have to close their doors to dine-in business. They would most likely have to lay off the majority of their staff. And there was no…

businessinsider.com - Kate Taylor - Restaurants face another sales drag - the 2020 election
Restaurants face another sales drag - the 2020 election
Business Insider

Restaurants are going to be facing extreme challenges until 2022, according to Oliver Wright, the global head of Accenture's consumer goods and services practice. Nearly 100,000 restaurants have closed across the US since the pandemic began…

mlive.com - Taylor DesOrmeau | tdesorme@mlive.com - Igloos, heated tents among ideas for Michigan restaurants anxious of looming cold weather
Igloos, heated tents among ideas for Michigan restaurants anxious of looming cold weather
mlive

Michigan restaurants can't eradicate COVID-19 by the time snow falls. Instead, they're concocting plans to cheat Mother Nature. When Gov. Gretchen Whitmer allowed restaurants to reopen this spring with 50% capacity limits, cities and business…

radio.com - WWJ News - 1,000 Michigan Restaurants Close Amid The Pandemic With Thousands Of Closures Still Expected
1,000 Michigan Restaurants Close Amid The Pandemic With Thousands Of Closures Still Expected
RADIO.COM

(WWJ) The pandemic has been tough on restaurants across the country, including here in Michigan. Justin Winslow, President of the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association, said over 1,000 restaurants have closed their doors forever because of…

reviewjournal.com - Heidi Knapp Rinella - Wine lovers can explore new tasting rooms, stores and restaurants
Wine lovers can explore new tasting rooms, stores and restaurants
Las Vegas Review-Journal

For Barbara and John DiVirgilio, the wine business started accidentally. Before Christmas 2011, they made 30 bottles of Kiwi Pearana, a pear wine, for family and friends. Requests for more came pouring in. “It was getting kind of…

calgaryherald.com - Newsroom Staff - COVID-19 Update: Province exploring new testing methods | Restaurants say anti-mask advocates are causing trouble
COVID-19 Update: Province exploring new testing methods | Restaurants say anti-mask advocates are causing trouble
Calgary Herald

With news on COVID-19 happening rapidly, we've created this page to bring you our latest stories and information on the outbreak in and around Calgary. Restaurateurs say people opposed to wearing masks are causing trouble for their staff and…

businessinsider.com.au - Kate Taylor - Restaurants need to brace for 18 more months of extreme challenges - and the election is about to make things worse
Restaurants need to brace for 18 more months of extreme challenges - and the election is about to make things worse
Business Insider

Nick Oxford/The Washington Post via Getty ImagesA restaurant remains open in Bristow, Oklahoma. Restaurants are going to be facing extreme challenges until 2022, according to Oliver Wright, the global head of Accenture's consumer goods and services…

ibtimes.sg - Ishan Ghosh - New York City Restaurants Can Add a COVID-19 Surcharge to the Bills of Customers
New York City Restaurants Can Add a COVID-19 Surcharge to the Bills of Customers
Singapore

The diners in New York City might soon witness a coronavirus or COVID-19 surcharge on the bills as the restaurants continue to struggle due to the deadly pandemic. The New York City Council passed a bill on Wednesday 46-2 that is going to allow the…

ordinarypatrons.com - Capitol Kempinski Restaurants - Interesting Food from Around the World
Capitol Kempinski Restaurants - Interesting Food from Around the World
The Ordinary Patrons

The hotel may not be big but there are separate Capitol Kempinski restaurants that focus on Thai, German, Spanish, Italian, Singapore, American, European and Japanese cuisines. It is an interesting place to eat near City Hall MRT, especially for…

china.org.cn - China's catering industry to achieve restorative growth
China's catering industry to achieve restorative growth
China.org.cn

As dinnertime approached, food aficionados began to form a long line at the entrance of a popular crayfish restaurant in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan province. After the resumption of dine-in service on March 16, Wenhoyo Superb, also…

bloomberg.com - David Wainer - Virtual UN Is Latest Blow to New York City's Battered Economy
Virtual UN Is Latest Blow to New York City's Battered Economy
Bloomberg

New Yorkers used to dread the snarled traffic of late September as thousands of diplomats, their motorcades and entourages would descend upon Manhattan for the United Nations General Assembly. They won't have to worry as the event kicks into high…

bworldonline.com - Neil Charm - Trends in the e-commerce marketplace
Trends in the e-commerce marketplace
BusinessWorld

As I write this, thousands of companies are under pressure to re-invent their businesses to adapt to the new normal. Products must be re-engineered to better suit home consumption, distribution channels must shift to direct deliveries, and brick…

xinhuanet.com - Xinhua Headlines: China's catering industry to achieve restorative growth - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Xinhua Headlines: China's catering industry to achieve restorative growth - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Xinhuanet

- The COVID-19 hit China's catering industry hard as the epidemic forced the temporary closure of many restaurants and saw cautious customers stay home rather than dine out. - As the epidemic has been generally contained, China's catering industry…

news-journal.com - Laura Reiley The Washington Post - Pandemic surge in food delivery has given rise to one of only growth areas in restaurant industry
Pandemic surge in food delivery has given rise to one of only growth areas in restaurant industry
Longview News-Journal

Like most restaurant groups around the country, BBQ Holdings' four restaurant brands got hit hard by the pandemic — shelter-in-place orders and limitations on dining-room occupancy meant sales plummeted in March, April and May. At Famous…

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