Other Media | SeafoodSource: US restaurants seeking USD 120 billion relief fund
(UNITED STATES, 5/1/2020)
Seafood suppliers in the U.S could benefit if Congress approves a USD 120 billion (EUR 111 billion) stabilization fund, proposed on 29 April by the Independent Restaurant Coalition.
During a Zoom “town hall” meeting, thousands of independent restaurant owners and prominent chefs, including José Andrés and Andrew Zimmern, urged Congress to create the stabilization fund for the 500,000 independent restaurants across the U.S.
“The restaurants we love are hurting and are on the brink of extinction,” said Andrés, who is part of ICR’s leadership team and founder of World Central Kitchen – which has served more than three million meals to vulnerable communities and frontline healthcare workers.
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