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  1. Coronavirus News Display

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    Joe Carbonara

    The Impact of Coronavirus on Off-Premises Sales and More

    For the past few years, off-premises consumption has played a prominent role in the restaurant industry’s ability to continue to post positive, real growth. And with a variety of states and other municipalities banning consumers from dining on-premises it seems that carryout, delivery and even curbside pickup should be poised for growth as the COVID-19 crises plays out.

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    Juan Martinez

    What is the Best Facility Growth Vehicle Nowadays?

    For such a mature business segment, the restaurant industry continues to go through some dramatic developments. For example, in the not so distant past, consumers who wanted food prepared outside of the home had to visit any one of variety of restaurant locations: freestanding, in-line, universities, food courts, etc. And for those who wanted restaurant-quality cuisine delivered to their home or office, they usually had two choices: pizza or Chinese food.

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    Jerry Stiegler

    Expect a Moderately Good Year for Restaurants Unless Rogue Factors Provide a Disruption

    The National Restaurant Association projects a moderately good year for 2020. Restaurants hired 50,000 employees in February. Dine Brands will test ghost kitchens. Fogo de Ch?o does delivery its own way. Starbucks reopens stores in China.

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    2020 FED Summit :: Save the Date

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