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Sysco Launches Holiday Toolkit for Restaurateurs to Help Navigate COVID-19 Shopping Season
Sysco Corporation announced the launch of its Holiday Toolkit, to its Foodie Solutions platform. This is the latest tool for foodservice operators who have been forced to quickly pivot to shifting business requirements and trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Holiday Toolkit, provides simple ideas generating additional revenues and providing guests with restaurant-quality solutions for easy gift-giving and holiday meals including Unique takeout offerings, such as charcuterie and cheese boards with wine pairings; Take-and-make meal kits paired...
Plant-based Seafood Makers Find First Restaurant Partner in Veggie Grill
Gathered Foods, the makers of Good Catch plant-based seafood, has entered the restaurant landscape through a partnership with Veggie Grill, a 100% plant-based fast-casual eatery.
Starting on October 7 through the end of the year, Veggie Grill will feature a limited-edition Tuna Melt on the menu featuring Good Catch’s Plant Based Tuna. Although it is the company’s first time in the restaurant realm, the company said it plans for a larger retail expansion in the coming months...
National Restaurant Association: More Relief Needed to Keep Restaurants Afloat
The National Restaurant Association told U.S. representatives that current COVID-19 relief funds will not be enough to keep many restaurants in business through the crisis. The Association noted increased warning signs that more relief may be necessary for foodservice operators and their employees.
The group noted that as of April 9, three million restaurant employees have lost their jobs and the coronavirus has cut $25 billion in revenue from the industry since March 1. Another critical point from the NRA said that 15 percent of restaurants...
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