Restaurant Menu Food Trends of COVID-19

Back in December we did a blog piece on our most anticipated food trends, never knowing what 2020 would bring, what with COVID-19 and the impact the pandemic would have on the restaurant industry. Eight months later and we are looking forward again. Here are some food trends on the spotlight today. Wellness and Immune-BoostingContinue reading “Restaurant Menu Food Trends of COVID-19”

4 Soft Skills Your Employees Need During and After a COVID-19 World

COVID-19 is redefining jobs (1). Social distancing has radically changed the way restaurants work, causing a spike in delivery and take-out orders, and employees are taking on different responsibilities to fit these new roles in the workplace (2). Another profound shift in the industry is the way staff is now expected to interact with theirContinue reading “4 Soft Skills Your Employees Need During and After a COVID-19 World”

What to Do When Restaurant Staff Test Positive for COVID19

By Bora Kang and Colin Kopel Despite your best efforts to adhere to CDC’s safety guidelines and to make your guests feel safe and comfortable dining in your restaurant, you may face an unavoidable situation where your employee tests positive for the novel coronavirus. According to Will Eadie, Global VP of alliances, WorkJam, foodservice workersContinue reading “What to Do When Restaurant Staff Test Positive for COVID19”

Managing Bar Supply Chain During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Every bar manager experiences recurring nightmares of that one delivery day. We all know the one. It is the middle of the lunch rush and trucks keep showing up at the loading dock during times the restaurant has deemed inappropriate for deliveries. The cases of product continue piling up and floor management responsibilities are preventingContinue reading “Managing Bar Supply Chain During the Covid-19 Pandemic”

Upcoming Restaurant Tech Trends of the Post-COVID-19 World

The restaurant industry had to adapt to changes in consumer behavior during the COVID19 pandemic, testing out operational innovations and relying on technological solutions that allowed for social distancing and ensuring sanitation (1, 2). But even after the pandemic, sanitation and safety concerns are expected to remain, and the restaurant business model may have toContinue reading “Upcoming Restaurant Tech Trends of the Post-COVID-19 World”

Responding to COVID-19’s Impact on the Restaurant Supply Chain

by Bora Kang The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to us all just how interconnected our food system is in the US if not, the world. The supply chain failure and the domino effect of its impact have been a wake-up call for even the veterans of the food industry. Nationwide outbreaks have forced manufacturers toContinue reading “Responding to COVID-19’s Impact on the Restaurant Supply Chain”

Defining a Post-COVID19 Consumer: What Your Guests Will Look for When They Walk Through Your Doors

by Bora Kang You’ve re-opened your restaurant, congratulations! But much has changed since you’ve last had dine-in guests; consumer spending behavior and eating habits have been reset. Other than your most loyal customers, there is no guarantee that your old guests will return to dine with you while social distancing and other public health recommendationsContinue reading “Defining a Post-COVID19 Consumer: What Your Guests Will Look for When They Walk Through Your Doors”

Menu Development and Business Planning Resources

In the last few months, we have all seen a historical change in how restaurants operate and how restaurants have adapted to the new business environment that is a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In response to the “new normal” and evolving response to Covid-19, the following two guides were developed to assist the restaurantContinue reading “Menu Development and Business Planning Resources”

Catering for Restaurants

Important points to consider before starting a catering program Off-premise catering is undoubtedly a compelling business opportunity for restaurant owners. Aside from boosting revenue, catering can boost business during slow performing times, reduce excess food waste, allow for menu changes, and helps to increase employee retention as they gain new skills and varied tasks thatContinue reading “Catering for Restaurants”

GEORGIA UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS – EMPLOYER BEST PRACTICES AND FAQ

By Colin Kopel Filing for Georgia Unemployment Insurance (UI) can be a complicated process leading to multiple questions from both the employer and the employee.  This frustration of filing claims is magnified during the coronavirus pandemic due to the mass influx of claims overloading the GA DOL’s capabilities.  From long wait times via phone andContinue reading “GEORGIA UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS – EMPLOYER BEST PRACTICES AND FAQ”

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES FOR RESTAURANT OWNERS AND WORKERS

We’ve built a Coronavirus resource page for restaurant owners and workers at http://www.goliathconsulting.com/blog If you are a restaurant operator and have questions. We’re available. Book a call or send us a message via email. We wish you and your family the best now in the coming months as we all get through the challenges ofContinue reading “CORONAVIRUS UPDATES FOR RESTAURANT OWNERS AND WORKERS”

What’s Packing Your Food? Restaurant Delivery Packaging Trends

A restaurant’s packaging is not just a vehicle for carrying food—it’s a statement that informs customers about your business’s brand and values. According to Technomic, a food industry research firm, 64% of consumers consider high quality packaging an important factor in deciding where to order food (1). And as Alicia McCabe, senior director of FoodContinue reading “What’s Packing Your Food? Restaurant Delivery Packaging Trends”

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