F&B operators navigate through MCO to sustain business

Bank Islam's Mohd Afzanizam(pic) said as most of the F&B operators are SMEs, the government may need to scrutinise in detail about the state of their finances.

KUALA LUMPUR: As the Movement Control Order (MCO) entered its 18th day on Saturday, food and beverage (F&B) businesses across the country, from cafe and restaurant owners to big-name fast-food outlets, manufacturers and retailers continue to feel the impact of the measures to minimise the spread of Covid-19.

Under the second phase of the MCO which started on April 1, supermarkets, restaurants, and food delivery services were allowed to operate from 8am to 8pm.

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