KFC implements contactless lockers in 4 Japanese stores after testing other contactless technologies in Russia and Singapore.
Category: coronavirus crisis
Table 301 Bring together ingredient kits and virtual cooking classes through Zoom and Facebook Live to overcome the coronavirus crisis.
An OpenIDEO competition collects 400 ideas to make restaurants can make better use of their outdoor spaces this winter.
Digital menus proliferate amid the coronavirus crisis, but the benefits they bring will remain even after the pandemic.
The Mayor of New York announces that some spaces for cars will be given to restaurants to boost their situation.
The SARS-CoV-2 crisis accelerates off-premise business in restaurants and this forces design and architectural changes to be made in the premises.
During the coronavirus crisis, five important trends have emerged for restaurants that will stay with us after the pandemic.
A survey conducted in EE. THE. reveals that customers demand digital waiting lists and contact traceability in restaurants.
Waitry is a complete application that, in addition to helping to manage the premises, allows the restaurateur to adapt to anti-COVID-19 measures.
Dishcraft Robotics launches a dishwasher robot that can save money on time and material. The company also offers its robots as an external service.
Waitress robots start to appear more frequently in restaurants in Europe. Here are several recently installed examples.
The latest Deliveroo survey shows a strong reception of delivery services among restaurant professionals.
Digital wallets and other contactless payment methods become more relevant in restaurants during the coronavirus crisis.
London local government launches "Eat out to help out" campaign to double restaurant sales. Users also benefit.
Instacart has multiplied by five the number of people it serves in a pandemic. Why it has happened and how they have succeeded?