The end of a restaurant owner’s run is not only the end of their own story but also the beginning of something new.
The end is not a foregone conclusion but the beginning, as it were, of a journey.
As they say, no matter how long the journey, no one knows when it will end.
But in some cases, it does end and a new chapter begins.
The restaurant industry is undergoing a seismic shift as more and more of the country’s food has shifted from the restaurant to the grocery store.
The food industry has undergone a seismic change as more, not just traditional restaurants, are opening and closing their doors in recent years.
It’s a seismic transformation that is bringing about a new set of challenges.
In an industry that has been at the forefront of innovation for the past 60 years, the grocery-store food business is in danger of becoming the end-all and be-all of the industry.
This is the case for a number of reasons, and a good place to start is with the restaurant industry.
The impact of the food industry on the economy is well known and well understood, but many people do not realize that many of these same issues are also affecting the restaurant business.
The grocery- store industry has been responsible for more than $400 billion in economic activity in the United States and Canada in 2016, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
That is nearly four times the value of all U. S. exports and nearly two times the size of all foreign trade in 2016.
The value of the grocery industry in the U,S.
and Canada is more than double the size and value of Canada’s overall trade in goods, the Census Bureau said.
The trend in the grocery sector has been one of the biggest and most positive in recent decades.
The industry grew by more than 7% in 2016 as more Americans chose to eat at restaurants.
As the industry continues to grow, it is no surprise that the food business faces challenges.
While the industry’s revenue is growing, the restaurant and retail sector is also facing challenges.
The overall restaurant industry lost about $50 billion in 2016 due to food-related bankruptcies and closures.
The retail sector lost $2.4 trillion, or roughly 11% of its total revenue, the Commerce Department reported in a report released in February.
The two sectors are not the only ones with a difficult time, though.
Restaurant owners in some cities, such as Las Vegas and Chicago, are struggling to find the money they need to keep the doors open.
The issue is not just a problem for restaurants; it is a problem across the food and beverage industry, as well.
For many consumers, grocery-stores are a crucial way to get their daily fix.
According to the Pew Research Center, the number of Americans who say that grocery stores are a primary source of their food has dropped from 56% in 2001 to 39% in 2015.
While some retailers, such at Walmart, are facing their own challenges, others are struggling as well, like the popular chain Starbucks.
The company reported that revenue in the second quarter of 2017 decreased 14% from the same period last year.
The retailer is also in the midst of a reorganization.
In November, it announced it was taking a $1.6 billion write-down and shedding 50,000 jobs.
However, the company said it is doing all it can to get back to where it was before the restructuring.
“We are committed to building a better Starbucks,” Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said in a statement.
“And we are doing that with the help of the community.
We will have a new and better Starbucks in a few years.”
The Starbucks shakeup will not be the only restaurant industry challenge facing the food sector.
In the grocery business, as many as 70% of grocery stores have closed in recent months, according the Census.
The decline in restaurant revenue is also having an impact on the industry as the number and size of grocery-sellers continue to decline.
The number of grocery retailers has been declining in the past two decades, but there is hope that this trend can be reversed.
As grocery-seller demographics continue to change, so too do the market for food-selling services.
According the Pew Center, there are now about 2.3 million full-service restaurants in the country, up from 1.3 percent in 2008.
The population has grown by about a million people since the early 2000s.
This change has been especially significant in cities, with some cities seeing more food sellers in their neighborhoods.
The market is also growing in cities with relatively high populations.
The U.K. has seen an increase in the number, and size, of grocery sellers, the Pew report said.
In some cities that have experienced rapid growth, such Detroit and Los Angeles, the growth has been more than 50% and 40%, respectively.
The growth has also been fueled by