What Restaurant, Bars And Pubs Are Doing Differently Than Before Lockdown
The new on-trade is very different from the one we were used to in March pre-lockdown. With so many drinks still sitting in cellars and the overall supply chain, there has not been a need to re-stock on mass when there are so many stocks still to go through.
When July 4 was the date given for bars, restaurants and pubs to open their doors again from the Covid-19 lockdown there was hope across hospitality that finally businesses could get back to do what they do best. Serve their customers with the best drinks and food ranges they can.
About the Author
Richard Siddle is an award-winning business editor with over 25 years experience working across a number of fields including computing, FMCG, grocery and convenience retailing, travel and for the last 10 years wine and spirits. He spent much of that time as editor of Harpers Wine & Spirit where he was widely recognised for having turned one of the UK’s oldest publications into an agenda setting, must read for the drinks industry.