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The coronavirus gives rise to new roles for foodservice staff

Restaurants are establishing new responsibilities as dining rooms reopen.

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As eateries reopen, mental health concerns are part of the equation, too

COVID-19 has elevated stress and anxiety levels among owners, managers, employees and customers. Here’s how foodservice spots are adapting.

Before the coronavirus hit, a college dining team tapped into a simple wellness program that resonated.

New federal employment figures show further fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Keeping staff engaged, especially when they’re furloughed, can be a particular challenge.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ro Khanna urge Congress to offer protections for front-line employees, including foodservice workers.

Invoking the Defense Production Act, the president signed an executive order to keep meat processing facilities open during the pandemic.

Colleges are highlighting familiar faces and favorite recipes to keep students engaged with foodservice even after returning home.

The supermarket chain invites jobless foodservice staff to join its teams.

The insurance provider has teamed up with a local organization to help prepare meals for area seniors.

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