The news that the Senate approved a budget amendment that would create a $25 billion restaurant rescue grant program won readers this week.
Legislative news involving the foodservice industry and stories about how a change in shaving tendencies is affecting CPG product lines made this week's top 10.
This week saw news from Kroger, Unilever, Tyson and White Castle.
Restaurants were able to apply for loans this week under a second round of Paycheck Protection Program funding.
New CPG product debuts and Pizza Hut’s “Nothing But Stuffed Crust” also caught the attention of SmartBrief food and beverage readers.
This week’s list of top stories also included SpartanNash’s strategy for 2021 as well as Kraft Heinz international growth plans.
Kellogg’s debut of a new look for Pringles’ packaging was this week’s most clicked story.
News that a new federal pandemic stimulus bill does not include specific aid for the foodservice industry also caught readers’ attention.
SmartBrief's food and beverage readers were drawn to restaurant news this week, as well as culinary news focused on Thanksgiving.
This week, food and beverage readers were also drawn in by Thanksgiving cooking and how food retailers have protected employees and shoppers during the pandemic.