In order to meet the ongoing demands of the COVID-19 crisis, many within the food and drink industry are having to look to new strategies in order to survive by adapting to current health restrictions.
One of the latest to do so is Chicago's Fat Rice, the highly acclaimed restaurant seeking to secure its survival by essentially ending its traditional incarnation, in order to continue trading as a new era looks to be dawning upon the industry.
Christened Super Fat Rice Mart, the new endeavour shall provide a diverse range of goods, so regular fans can replicate their extremely popular menu of Macau cuisine.
The initial meal kits will be priced at $100 and provide customers with approximately two days worth food; with leftovers and snacks. They shall work within their normal supply chain, in order to produce a familiar range of dishes, in-keeping with seasonal demand.