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Launching a new restaurant this turbulent year requires resilience and an ability to adapt, as these business owners quickly discovered.
Although local eateries expect the current conditional movement control order to affect business, they will be re-employing the useful skills they picked up from the first edition of the MCO.
Online seafood delivery platforms are proving popular with Malaysians looking for hassle-free seafood in the era of social distancing.
Still in its infancy in Malaysia, cloud kitchens are now being viewed as cost-efficient models for F&B businesses.
The Covid-19 pandemic and MCO has resulted in F&B entrepreneurs being forced to adapt and innovate with the times.
Local tableware brand Stoneworks Ceramics is slowly but surely gaining the attention of both restaurants and consumers alike.
Despite the new regulations in place, Malaysians are still eating out, albeit a little more cautiously than before.
Originally devised as an additional tool to survive the MCO, restaurant owners are realising that DIY cooking kits might have more staying power than they had first imagined.
BOREDOM may have set in for some during the movement control order (MCO) as eating at home for days on end has some craving for a nice dining experience elsewhere.