After the significant success of its Chipotlane drive-thru lanes in the U.S., Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening its first Canadian Chipotlane on October 25. The Chipotlane drive-thru lane allows customers to pick up digital orders without leaving their cars, placing their order in advance via the Chipotle app or Chipotle website and driving up to […]
During the COVID-19 pandemic, running smooth restaurant operations has become harder than ever. Thankfully, some surefire tips can help.
One segment of the foodservice industry that may see some of the greatest changes of all post-COVID-19 is the beloved buffet.
Embracing up-to-date contactless operational and payment solutions is increasingly vital in foodservice moving beyond 2020.
The data reveals that hospitality and foodservice jobs have been lost at nearly double the rate of those in other industries (62.1 per cent versus the national average of 36.5 per cent).
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Various Canadian and U.S. restaurants are exploring dining pods as an option during COVID-19 but their viability is still a point of contention.
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COVID-19 complicates things but Canada’s federal single-use plastic ban has been a long time coming and shouldn’t be too troubling for operators.
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