Greek street food concept The Athenian is providing its staff with a weekly care package as extra support during the coronavirus outbreak, which has seen restaurants up and down the country close their doors.
Restaurant operators can now utilise free software for two months to help them set up a takeaway and click and collect service following the compulsory closure of hospitality businesses across the country.
Food charity FareShare, a national network of charitable food redistributors made up of 17 independent organisations, is urgently appealing for donations from the food industry to help support vulnerable people during the Covid-19 crisis.
The Hospitality Workers Emergency Fund has been launched by Hospitality Action and Tipjar in order to support those in the industry who will lose their zero-hour contracts as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Casual Dining Magazine will be posting updates from restaurants here, including closures and other measures adopted by operators during this time as businesses adapt to stay afloat during the coronavirus outbreak.