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Association Serves Up Public Policy Principles for Third-Party Delivery

Until now, relationship between restaurants and third-party delivery companies lacked a national framework to protect restaurants, National Restaurant Association executive says.

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41% of Indiana Restaurant Owners Are Hurting, According to Ball State Report

Almost half of the 300,000 people working in state's restaurants are facing unemployment or reduced hours because of the pandemic.

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By the Numbers

$1,200

That’s how much some Domino’s Pizza employees will receive in “special” bonus compensation in December, according to the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based pizza chain, which will give out a total of $9.6 million to store and supply chain employees as well as drivers who work at its 11,500 company-owned stores.

Today's Quote/Unquote:

"Lee's Sandwiches recognizes the immense sacrifices, vital efforts and commitment of all front-line workers protecting our communities against Covid-19. Due to the overwhelming turnout for our free 'Appreciation Meals' provided in May, we hope to continue to show our deep gratitude with a cup of coffee and croissant."

Chieu Le, CEO of Lee's Sandwiches, announcing that the restaurant will offer free brewed coffee and butter croissants to all front-line workers at participating Lee's Sandwiches stores for a month starting Dec.18 to continue to support them in light of the surge in coronavirus cases. San Jose, Calif.-based Lee’s Sandwiches operates 60 locations in eight states.

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Guess What Taco Bell is Bringing Back?

Fast-food chain is returning its Nacho Fries, once its most successful-selling item, to the menu for a limited time.

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Uber Eats: An On-Demand Food Ordering Platform

Company has been a critical tool for restaurants to weather the pandemic. In fact, 3 out of 4 operators said they would have had to close their businesses if not for Uber Eats.
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How Culinary Arts Programs Are Changing with the Times

Two Cleveland schools are prepping their students for developments brought on by the coronavirus.

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