As states begin lifting stay-at-home orders, some regions have resumed in-person restaurant dining operations. The National Restaurant Association recently issued guidance on food safety and social distancing precautions as restaurants begin their reopening planning efforts – preparing for significant shifts in the traditional dining experience.
In response to these changes, many restaurants will be serving in-person diners at a limited capacity, while maintaining an accelerated demand for food deliveries. Restaurants will need to adjust their marketing strategies based on the evolving impact of COVID-19 on consumer behaviors and industry restrictions and regulations.
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