Yum! Brands expands global health and safety measures to protect employees and serve customers safely
KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and The Habit Burger Grill continue to be focused on making food available safely and with low contact through drive-thru, carryout, curbside pick-up, where available, and Contactless Delivery. We are using our global scale and industry expertise to continue to evolve and refine our practices based on the latest guidance and shifting consumer expectations, including implementing physical distancing measures in the restaurants where possible.
The Habit Burger Grill CEO Russ Bendel talks about initiatives and strategies to ensure safety for employees and customers in an exclusive video interview with Nation's Restaurant News.
Yum! Brands' number one priority is the healthy and safety of our customers, employees and franchisees.
As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation continues to rapidly evolve, we know it is increasingly top of mind for our employees, franchisees and customers around the world. Our number one priority right now – and always – is the health and safety of our employees, franchisees and customers.
We’re monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely, supporting our franchisees, thinking ahead and making sure we have the best plans in place to protect our people and customers, as their health and safety is our number one priority.
Taco Bell turns its Southern California headquarters into a giant drive-thru for large essential vehicles
Taco Bell is finding new ways to feed more people during the COVID-19 pandemic with its new "Truck-Thru" on April 24 and May 1. The brand is turning its Irvine, California, HQ into a drive-thru for large vehicles driven by essential workers who normally cannot fit through a traditional drive-thru lane.
Pizza Hut U.S. is launching its easy, contactless curbside pickup at participating restaurants nationwide and introducing new recommended safety procedures to double down on its efforts to keep team members and customers safe.