How The Pandemic Is Reshaping The Foodservice Industry
Restaurants and the hospitality industry are struggling to hire as people are eager to spend money on dining and leisure.
Some are blaming enhanced unemployment benefits, but others point to the fact that restaurant/hospitality workers endure a difficult work environment for low pay and minimal benefits
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a look at how the pandemic is reshaping the foodservice industry.
- Alina Selyukh, business correspondent at NPR
- John Barker, president and CEO, Ohio Restaurant Association
- Bob Szuter, co-owner of Wolf's Ridge Brewing
- Letha Pugh, co-founder of Bake Me Happy and Muse Hospitality
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