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AS THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC CONTINUES TO DISRUPT THE FOODSERVICE


INDUSTRY, EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ARE HIGHLIGHTING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES THAT CAN HELP OPERATORS WORK MORE EFFICIENTLY AND ENHANCE SANITATION.


DENIS GRIESMER SALES MANAGER BIZERBA NORTH AMERICA JOPPA, MD.


from an entirely new playbook that included new social distancing requirements (for both employees and diners), occupancy limits, fewer dine-in patrons, and more takeout and delivery orders. “Right now, operators are trying to figure out how to stay in business. They’re adapting, testing out new concepts, and adding features like outdoor seating,” says Denis Griesmer, sales manager at Bizerba North America in Joppa, Md. “At this point, most of them are basically ‘fledgling


businesses’ that are also worried about protecting their people and their customers, as those diners come back. It’s a dance.”


Quickly Putting Together Solutions


With restaurants, food service organizations, and institutions scrambling to adapt, FEDA’s manufacturer and dealer members have been making quite a few changes of their own. These adaptations include a focus on purpose-built


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