Amidst the Coronavirus economic upheaval that we’ll be experiencing for the foreseeable future, some industries have had to immediately close up shop, from the entirety of the tourism industry, to sports, and beyond. Restaurants have also been hit hard and smaller grocers are having difficulty coping with the strain of demands. But, a few shifts in terms of fulfillment can save many jobs, while cutting down possible exposure at the same time. The problem is that while most major restaurant and grocery chains have massive infrastructure, smaller businesses are left vulnerable. Here’s how they can keep business going and not completely surrender customers to third-party delivery apps, or lose out to big chains in the process.