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True grit: The Secret Chef reflects on Covid-19
It might feel like the breaking point, says The Secret Chef, but this industry's "steadfast stubbornness" will see it emerge through the storm
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National Restaurant Association Show 2020 canceled
Uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic sees the May 2020 event called off. "This is our community and we all must be kept safe," say organizers

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FIVE LESSONS BUSINESSES CAN LEARN FROM THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Jordan Baker, CEO of Sanity Marketing, reveals key learnings foodservice and hospitality businesses can gain from the crisis

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Resilient and adaptable: UK foodservice adjusts
Covid-19's impact on hospitality is already close to catastrophic, but some businesses have risen to the challenge with a rapid turnaround in their day-to-day work. But how will this change the industry in the long term?

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Covid-19: foodservice confronts global chaos
Governments across the world have imposed restrictions on daily life in an attempt to stop an overwhelming spread of Covid-19. The hospitality sector, already working with paper-thin margins, is facing unprecedented precarity

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Foodservice operators pivot and close as Covid-19 spreads
Foodservice consultants are in a unique position to help restaurants and operators deal with the crisis

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Commercial Kitchen Show postponed until July
UK show will now take place on 14-15 July alongside its sister show Casual Dining. FCSI is "fully supporting" of the move

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