The Hamburg fast food chain assumes that there will be more space between the places in their restaurants and that they will drive through the journey in their units.
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The food service industry will have to change forever after COVID-19 in the future Brands International Inc., Owner of the chains Burger King, Popeyes and Tim Hortons.
Group chairman Jose Cil said his company is preparing to welcome customers when some governments begin to reopen their economies.
One option that is being considered is “more comfortable and reusable masks that can become part of our standard uniforms,” the executive said in a letter.
According to Cil, Restaurant Brands is expanding its digital ordering capacity by adding its restaurants to smartphone apps. He also noted that they are making unspecified improvements to their transit business (restaurant purchases by car) and adding pickup service on the sidewalk or on the street.
He also announced that restaurant sales outlets will be increasingly separate, increasing the capacity of facility staff.
Restaurant Brands reported that more than 95% of its U.S. locations offer groceries via home and car delivery.
The stores, of which it now operates around 1,000, are gradually reopening as the local authorities allow.