Many foodservice workers could remain out-of-work even after the pandemic ends.

High-end grocery store brand Pusateri's is apologizing to shoppers for what it's calling a pricing error on Lysol disinfecting wipes.

A huge (albeit temporary) change is coming to the foodservice industry in Ontario that will, ideally, help bars and restaurants stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

SIR Royalty Income Fund, which has a portfolio of 60 restaurants in Canada, is suspending its distributions as it stops dine-in restaurant operations at all of its locations.

Loblaws has recently announced that it will be reducing its store hours and taking a few other measures to help limit the spread of COVID-19 within its stores.

While most people are listening to experts and voluntarily self-isolating in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, many are sad to be missing out on concerts, plays, movies, events, and restaurants.&

While many people have been sent home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, front-line workers don’t have that luxury.

In the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, an Oakville restaurant is taking steps to help get food out to residents who need it.

Mandarin, the incredibly popular Chinese buffet chain that operates locations across the GTA, recently announced that it's suspending dine-in service in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

If you regularly visit Starbucks, your local store might close or transform into a to-go store to combat the spread of coronavirus.