The ins and outs of food and beverage service for lodging operations

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Think big. Plate small.

Take advantage of the growing demand for small plates with on-trend menu ideas and product solutions that can keep guests happily dining onsite.

The 24/7 Lifestyle

Guests expect food and beverage options at any time of day. Offering grab-n-go items is the perfect way to drive satisfaction—and sales.

Safety is always our priority

We’ve implemented additional measures at Tyson facilities to assure the safety of our team members, products and communities in response to COVID-19.

“The hotel industry was the first impacted by the pandemic and will be one of the last to recover.”

Chip Rogers, president and CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association

LODGING F&B NEWS

Study: Majority of Americans will not travel this Christmas

The hotel industry is dealt another economic blow as the CDC urges consumers to stay home this holiday season.

COVID roundup: Indoor dining ban re-imposed on Pennsylvania, NYC and Baltimore, extended in Washington

Meanwhile, two new studies tie contaminations to in-person restaurant service.

Emerging chains see opportunity amid the pandemic

Leaders of BurgerFi and Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux are optimistic about their continued growth and said operational changes made during this crisis will become table stakes going forward.

Trump hotel's F&B and meeting fees prompt a lawsuit from the District of Columbia

The property is accused of overcharging another Trump-affiliated operation, the president's inauguration committee..

Technology helping restaurant operators survive the pandemic—and beyond

Did COVID-19 really transform the restaurant industry—or did it just hasten an evolution that was already inevitable?

What consumers can expect to drink in 2021

The top beverage trends that will evolve and emerge in the year ahead.

Tyson Products

“This business is not for the faint of heart. If you are late, if the quality of food is not good or if there is an expectation not met, you didn’t just disappoint one person, you disappointed a whole group.”

Chris Correnti, Panera’s senior vice president of catering and delivery channels