As restaurants reopen to an uncertain future in the shadow of coronavirus—with limited capacity and stringent restrictions—bright spots continue to surface. While some operators see light at the end of the tunnel, others have prospered at the height of the pandemic.
Bygone days of dine-in bliss may not be back just yet, but there’s no doubt about consumers’ hunger for their return. As government restrictions ease and restaurants start to reopen, foodservice operators need to be ready.
As foodservice operators and chefs get creative in their quest to serve up sales during the coronavirus outbreak, it seems that off-premises is always moving forward. But sometimes going back to the tried and true may be the best route to higher sales.
As restaurant operations pivot to takeout and delivery to boost sales during the pandemic, menus are being revamped to reflect the new norm.
As the consumer appetite for better-for-you and functional foodservice continues to grow during the coronavirus crisis, wellness-driven meal delivery can be expected to make more inroads into the market. Jumping on the better-for-you bandwagon seems an essential ingredient in any recipe for off-premises business success.