Throughout the past year, many Canadians haven’t had to choose between booth or table at a friendly restaurant, as we’ve faced multiple COVID-19 restrictions and shutdowns. While dine-in opportunities have remained limited, technology has enabled guests to order food online, through food delivery apps, and on the telephone to enjoy their favourite comfort meals from the safety of their homes. The September/October 2021 issue of Franchise Canada takes a close look at casual and full-service dining franchises that have pivoted to take-out and delivery options, and now anticipate reopening their doors to dine-in guests as we recover from the pandemic. Throughout the rest of the issue, we explore coffee and baked good franchises that provide sweet treats, and spotlight the Grand Prize winners and Recognition Award winners in the CFA’s 2021 Awards of Excellence program.
Check out the September/October issue for this content and more, including franchisee success stories and expert advice from franchise professionals!
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