Food & Beverage

HK retains operation restrictions on restaurants, bars 

Chief Executive Lam said there will be no relaxation before the end of June.

HK retains operation restrictions on restaurants, bars 

Chief Executive Lam said there will be no relaxation before the end of June.

Deliveroo expends $2m in plastic-free incentives with restaurants

This was the result of a partnership between the delivery company and Sustainabl.

Food delivery is a necessity to 60% of Hong Kongers: survey

Catering to customers’ “craving” moments is key to business growth.

7 of 10 Hong Kongers think food affects mental health: Deliveroo

The report also showed 55% growth in food delivery during the pandemic.

73% of restaurants are pessimistic as new wave threatens HK: Deliveroo

Only 26% are confident on the revenue on dine-in operations in the CNY.

SME business receipts diffusion index dips to 46.7 in October

The current DI is also lower than the November estimate of 49.7.

Hong Kong restaurant receipts rise by 43.8% YoY to $24.5b in Q3

The government cited three factors that drove the increase.

810,000 more Hong Kongers get first $2,000 e-vouchers

In total, the government has disbursed the first vouchers to about 6.3 million individuals.

CR Beer cheers as profit soars 106% to US$660.7m

This rose from RMB2.07b, approximately US$318.7m, in the first half of 2020.

Vitasoy sees up to 107% profit drop over reduced demand

It estimated its performance to range between $50m loss and $60m profit.

Business receipts up nearly 10% ending eight quarters of decline

This is thanks to the contained epidemic situation, as well as Hong Kong’s economic recovery.

4 in 5 will likely top up their $5,000 vouchers

The majority of whom will likely use their credit cards to top up.

Food operator Fairwood sees profit soar 152.4% to $153.6m

This was driven by increased productivity and cost management amongst others.

Pandemic continues to dampen restaurant activity, as receipts drop 8.8%

Total receipts for the first quarter have been estimated at $19.7b.

Hong Kong relaxes COVID-19 measures as vaccine bubble starts

The government said the new social distancing measures would take effect from today, 29 April.