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Yum China emerged from the first quarter in profit despite the disruptive effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on sales and operations.
Chinese tea chain Heytea has closed three quarters of its Hong Kong network, leaving just two stores operating, at Causeway Bay’s Times Square and Sha Tin’s New Town Plaza.
After months of speculation, US coffee chain Blue Bottle has launched in Hong Kong, however initially it is serving only take-away drinks due to restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fast-food chain and restaurant operator Yum China has partnered with Italian coffee company Lavazza to develop a network of coffee shops across the country.
Covid-19 has changed Asian customers’ habits, especially in Hong Kong, as more of them decide to eat at home, according to research from Nielsen.
KFC has launched a three day test of its plant-based meals in China starting from today, just a week after Starbucks launched a plant-based menu there.
Instagram has launched new food-ordering tools to assist small-to-medium businesses facing difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic.
China’s retail industry remains behind the curve in store innovation, which stands as a hurdle to the Chinese market’s inevitable dominance in global retail.
Taiwan foodservice sales have slumped by 21 per cent year on year due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Cafe de Coral group expects its full-year profit to plunge by up to 90 per cent for the March year as the Covid-19 crisis and last year’s protests dented customer traffic.
The Singapore government has reduced the list of “essential services” as part of a tougher clampdown on social distancing to arrest the spread of Covid-19.
German-themed restaurant chain Brotzeit engaged a design firm to create a virtual walkthrough video of its new outlet to promote the venue during the coronavirus crisis.