Hotel execs, chefs and restaurateurs have created 'Hunger at Home' to provide delicious to the many restaurant and hospitality workers, now unemployed due to the pandemic. When Don Ford went to see them in action, the cars were lined up around the block.

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Better Together: 'Hunger At Home' Give Good Meals To Newly-Unemployed Restaurant, Hotel WorkersHotel execs, chefs and restaurateurs have created 'Hunger at Home' to provide delicious to the many restaurant and hospitality workers, now unemployed due to the pandemic. When Don Ford went to see them in action, the cars were lined up around the block.
Napa County Restaurants Allowed To Offer In-Person Dining In Reopening PlanAs of Wednesday, restaurants in Napa County are allowed to offer in-person dining once again after its reopening plan was approved by the state. Kiet Do reports. (5/20/20)
Study Looks At Impact Of Airflow In Restaurants On Transmission Of COVID-19Besides social distancing, restaurants may have to consider airflow before opening up indoor seating. Omar Villafranca looks at research from UC Davis and the University of Oregon about how the virus can travel.
Coronavirus Update: California Restaurants Await Word On Reopening PlansRestaurants across California are awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom's news conference on Tuesday where he is expected to announce guidelines to reopen dining establishments amid the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (5/12/20)
Better Together: Valley Verde Hosts Vegetable Seedling GiveawayValley Verde is hosting a vegetable seedling giveaway for low-income families. To qualify families must be either low-income or struggling from COVID-19. Info at: ValleyVerde.org
South Bay Food for the Needy Programs See Surge of the Suddenly-UnemployedBusiness shutdowns caused by the coronavirus outbreak deepened the worst U.S. economic catastrophe in decades. Len Ramirez reports from the South Bay where food-aid programs are seeing a spike in demand. (5-8-20)
Better Together: 'Off Their Plate' Feeds Front Line Health WorkersA group of local restaurants -- members of "Off Their Plate" -- are trying to help health workers battling COVID-19 to eat well as they do good. (5-2-20)
Pandemic Meat Shortages Offer Opportunity to Rethink Your DietSince you're likely seeing a sparser selection in the meat section of your supermarket why not embrace the change to a reduced-meat diet? Devin Fehely reports. (5-2-20)
San Jose Volunteers Organize Food Drive for Salinas Valley FarmworkersSan Jose volunteers are making sure that one group of essential workers is not overlooked in the COVID-19 crisis. Len Ramirez reports. (5-1-20)
San Anselmo Restaurant Owners Work to Feed Community During ShutdownThe owners of Insalata's in San Anselmo launched a GoFundMe project to fund preparation of nutritious meals to be donated to the community. Allen Martin reports. (4-23-20)
SF's Finest Restaurants Join Ranks To Feed Hospital Workers Fighting COVID-19San Francisco's finest restaurants have teamed up to deliver gourmet food to hospital workers battling COVID-19. Betty Yu tells us about Frontline Foods.
Marin High School Senior Delivering Food To Essential Workers For FreeA Northbay high school senior is taking food to essential employees on the front lines of the fight agains COVID-19. Don Ford tells us, she's also helping restaurants at the same time.
Pro Chefs & Students Team Up For The City College/Intercontinental Culinary ClashIntercontinental Hotel Chef Chad Bayless and CCSF student Michael Lam talk about the City College/Intercontinental Culinary Clash, where student chefs show off their skills alongside the pros.
Maison Danel French Patisserie Salon De Thé Opens In San FranciscoMaison Danel is a new French patisserie and salon de thé in San Francisco. Co-founders Danel and David Betelu brought some delicious samples to Bay Area Focus.
Better Together: San Jose Church Fights Hunger During Coronavirus PandemicThe amount of hunger and hardship caused by the coronavirus was put into perspective at a food giveaway Thursday at the Cathedral of Faith church in San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (4-9-20)
East Bay Restaurant Feeds Burritos to Emergency Workers on COVID-19 Front LineEmeryville-based Best Coast Burritos is rallying support for first responders by sending burritos to feed emergency staff in the East Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-3-20)
With Restaurants Shuttered, Napa Farmer Sells Fresh Eggs Direct to PublicIf you’re looking for eggs at your local market, then you need to start thinking outside the carton. There’s a farm in Napa that has all the eggs you want. Don Ford reports. (4-3-20)
Hard-Hit Bay Area Restaurants Feeding People In Need During COVID-19 PandemicThe Bay Area restaurant industry has been hit hard the coronavirus. Yet, as Betty Yu reports, some chefs are busy making meals for people in need.
Hard-Hit Bay Area Restaurants Feeding People In Need During COVID-19 PandemicThe Bay Area restaurant industry has been hit hard the coronavirus. Yet, as Betty Yu reports, some chefs are busy making meals for people in need.
Food Banks Try To Prevent Contact, Contamination During Coronavirus PandemicBay Area food banks are rethinking the way they operate to prevent cross-contamination. John Ramos talked to volunteers who believe the new practices could actually make them run better.
Food Banks Try To Prevent Contact, Contamination During Coronavirus PandemicBay Area food banks are rethinking the way they operate to prevent cross-contamination. John Ramos talked to volunteers who believe the new practices could actually make them run better.
Bay Area Bars, Restaurants Get Creative to Stay Afloat During PandemicFrom takeout cocktails to "drink futures," Bay Area drinking and dining establishments are coming up with some clever ways to keep from going under. Andria Borba reports. (3-27-20)
California's Napa Valley Vintners Bracing For Big Hit From CoronavirusWine country vintners are bracing for a big hit now that all the tasting rooms are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu talked to the owner of HALL wines in St. Helena.
CA Restaurants, Bars Can Offer Alcohol 'To Go' During Statewide Shelter-In-PlaceRestaurants and bars have been especially hit hard by the statewide shelter-in-place order. Devin Fehely tells us the governor's office has given them at least a partial life line.

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