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Delivery Drones Get Closer to Roll Out

This article was written by Anna Wolfe for Hospitality Technology. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)  has issued new rules that will allow small unmanned aerial vehicles to fly over populated areas at night, clearing a hurdle for companies to use drones for delivering goods. The … Continued

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Torchy’s Tacos Adds Contactless Ordering

This article was written by Anna Wolfe for Hospitality Technology. Torchy’s Tacos has partnered with CardFree to  roll out online ordering and contactless services at its 83 locations in seven states. Torchy’s online ordering and on-premise contactless services are now live in Torchy’s locations in … Continued

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Restaurants Debate Whether to Require Staff Vaccinations

This article was written by Peter Romeo for Restaurant Business. With restaurant workers designated as one of the groups that should be next in line for the COVID-19 vaccine, their employers are contending with the question of whether to require … Continued

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Jon Taffer’s 4-Point Plan to Save the Restaurant Industry

This article was written by Ben Coley for FSR Magazine. For the past nine months, restaurants—arguably the hardest-hit industry during the pandemic—have pleaded with Congress to provide assistance.  Recently, the National Restaurant Association announced that 10,000 more restaurants have closed since it … Continued

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The Pandemic Spurs 2020’s Operating Trends

This article was written by Heather Lalley for Restaurant Business. The pandemic forced restaurant operators to rethink everything about operating a restaurant. Dining room shutdown? Shift to delivery-only. Need to feed families quarantining together? Time to menu some large-format meal … Continued

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NYC Passes “Just Cause” Job Protections for QSR Employees

This article was written by Alicia Kelso for Restaurant Dive. QSR workers have been trying to unionize for years and organized strikes for issues like pay raises and safer conditions. The labor movement has made some progress. Last year, McDonald’s stopped lobbying for minimum … Continued

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