Food retailers urged to adapt to survive isolated customers

New Zealand food retailers are being urged to adapt their trading models to survive the social isolation measures Kiwis are taking on. As customers are increasingly avoiding public places on the advice of the New Zealand Government, restaurants, cafes and fast-food operators will need to take this into account in order to keep trading. ““This slow-down in on-premise dining clientele trade throws up a whole new dynamic for those foodservice establishments not currently using the likes of

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