It doesn't look good, considering the pandemic is still raging and there's no additional federal relief yet.
In a pandemic, the less contact with customers the better, and the chains that can pull that off are doing all right.
They've been around for over 25 years, so why now?
The labels could change consumer behavior, but they could also run into a number of problems.
Outdoor dining has been a lifeline for many restaurants during the pandemic. But now? Some may need to rethink how to keep patrons and food warm.
Social places by nature, bars have faced tighter restrictions than many other businesses, and are suffering the consequences.
Business owners are battling with limited space, unpredictable weather and unwanted pests.
People are still shopping — just for different stuff.