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Restaurant Brands International Expands Online Ordering, Takeout Options

Tim Hortons, Burger King and Popeyes' CEO shares the five priorities of RBI in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Toast's Rally for Restaurants Supports Community During COVID-19 Health Crisis

Partners with PepsiCo, Tripadvisor, DoorDash and Postmates to increase sales for the restaurant industry and support foodservice workers.

This Toast/Paytronix combination enables brands to easily add delivery partners as well as offer curbside pickup and contactless delivery.

To help its restaurant customers, QSR Automations will be providing ConnectSmart Go free during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Customers ordering online can now add grocery items such as toilet paper, bottled water, boxes of plastic gloves and paper towels. Plus: Dickey's is among the restaurants adding "family packs" to its menu.

Florida-based fast-casual brand said it can ensure the health and safety of all Its customers thanks to its pre-shift employee screening, routine hand sanitizing & hand protection.

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

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

RTN united nearly 300 restaurants and vendors for COVID-19 sharing, collaboration and support.

Pizza Hut's new hiring process aims to have delivery drivers trained and on the road safely in five hours, which is nearly 3x quicker than the previous training procedure.

The Glympse Consumer App is a fast, free and simple way to share real-time location and ETA for restaurant deliveries, carryout order pickups and more.

Paytronix offers a full tech stack from a single provider.

QDOBA's temporary shift to “limited-contact ordering” during the COVID-19 pandemic has been facilitated by a recent overhaul of its website, mobile app, loyalty platform and back-end technology.

Here are some tactics being used by restaurants in China as they continue operating in the face of COVID-19.

Across the country cities' and states' list of mandated closures include restaurant dining rooms in response to COVID-19.

0 fees through May 31 for participating restaurants.

Chipotle will be available on Uber Eats across the US with delivery fees waived through March 31.

Ready waives fees for self-ordering and payment solutions for businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19

Shake Shack will temporarily adopt a “To-Go” only model in all company-owned U.S. restaurants.

The healthy fast casual concept temporarily suspends on-premise ordering and dining.

All restaurants will also reduce operating hours as it continues to take steps to ensure the safety and well being of guests and team members.

Plus, Dickey’s delivery orders will now come pre-sealed upon arrival to help guard against any tampering.

​​​​​​​As diners increasingly expect tech-forward experiences, QSRs are challenged with finding new way to quickly fulfill orders and keep customers satisfied. 

Chowly's MenuMatch allows menu updates to be made in one place, and published instantly to all third-party sites.

While catering is a high ROI revenue stream, restaurants must take a measured approach when entering this market.

Kappitt will lead Subway's ongoing efforts across its digital channels, including third-party delivery and catering, as well as oversee the company's analytics and insights functions.

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