Greggs will introduce a 'click and collect’ service that will allow customers to order online and pick up their food and drink. The company has launched the service with a reduced range, with the aim to widen the offering to more products over time.
According to GlobalData’s COVID-19 recovery consumer survey, as of week 1 (published June 17th), 21% of consumers globally* claimed that they will plan to stop eating dinners outside of home in the foreseeable future.
Remote working or working from home has become the new norm during the COVID-19 times which call for maintaining physical distancing and complying with lockdown measures to curb disease spread.
US-based e-commerce platform Cheetah has launched new programme Restaurant Picks to offer a no-cost revenue stream for challenged restaurants in the Bay Area.
Yelp reviews can make or break a business as a leading source for crowd-sourced reviews where everything from food, service, restaurant ambiance and many other aspects are fair game.
The coronavirus pandemic is having widespread implications for a range of markets and industries across the globe. In many countries, the growing likelihood of a country-wide lockdown led to a change in buying habits for a number of consumers. The UK is a prime example of this, with many supermarket shelves being emptied as numerous consumers stock-piled.
Racing Optics has launched RealShield, an affordable face covering, to help restaurants to comply with new health protocols released by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health in the US.