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Restaurants Work with Supermarket to Create Prepared Meals

To help Texas restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic, supermarket chain H-E-B is working with three restaurants in three cities to create to-go meals for sale in its stores.

By adapting their communication and marketing messages across channels, brands can optimize customer engagement and work to retain customers during these unprecedented times.

The global QSR reports 75% of its locations are open for business.

A survey of 10,000 reveals the most preferred way for consumers to get their restaurant orders.

Automated business analysis detects small changes in consumer behavior to foretell larger trends and flag activities that fall outside of the unexpected.

By embracing financial automation, hospitality firms gain a greater opportunity to surpass competitors, enter new markets, and appeal to a broader set of customers, ultimately leading to greater profitability.

Ninety-seven percent of U.S. restaurants are now impacted by mandated dine-in closures, reports The NPD Group. QSRs realized transaction declines of 40% in the week ending March 29.

The advertising division of Cox Communications is offering local restaurants free television advertising to market their takeout and delivery services and share new hours of operation.

Guests can purchase grocery staples such as milk, bread and fresh produce alongside their Panera favorites.

New Yorkers can access fresh, healthy staples from Just Salad as wait time for grocery delivery services soars amid high demand.

Just 5.1% of consumers reported using Apple Pay at the POS in early- to mid-March.

DeCurtis Shield is designed to be easily and quickly implemented as a standalone system to collect temperature at entry and exit points to help mitigate the spread of illness.

An online gift card company is trying to help improve cash flow by crediting operators with the gift card money immediately rather than making them wait for it to be redeemed.

The program provides live DIY support to help kitchens stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For merchants in the catering industry, Alipay, in partnership with Alibaba, will incentivize service providers to develop digital solutions designed to be “zero contact,” which will cover a range of processes including food ordering, reservations, and delivery.

Email campaigns, paid search and paid social media projected to be first channels to come back in the next 60 days.

Initiative provides restaurateurs with resources and new products – like Gift Cards and Online Ordering – to help adapt their operations to the current business climate.

Customers can 'pie it forward' by donating a pizza to local hospitals, police stations, and fire departments through the mobile app.

Part 1: Restaurants that recognize we are emerging into a different operational and technology landscape will rebound and thrive in the new world of personal safety and social behavior.

UV-C has been proven to inactivate SARS-CoV-1 which is 80% genetically related to COVID-19.

Fazoli's, QDOBA, Yum! Brands and Barberitos share how they’re trying to provide relief to their business owners.

Brand cuts executive pay by 20%, closes dining rooms and continues to serve guests with to-go, delivery and catering options.

HT is collecting information on how the technology supplier community is providing immediate and actionable support to the restaurant and/or hotel industry.

Amazon, Albertsons and Walmart are looking to displaced hospitality employees to fill 280,000 positions.

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