Santa Monica Daily Press 2/11
Restaurants might not have to inform customers about service charges before money changes hands under a set of changes to Santa Monica’s minimum wage law that City Council will vote on Tuesday.
Eater, San Francisco 2/11
Four days after workers at iconic San Francisco bakery Tartine announced an effort to unionize, its owners have responded.
The Washington Times 2/10
Given the economic environment, it should be a great time for a business owner to sell the company, right?
Food Industry Policy
The Sacramento Bee 2/11
Food delivery platforms like DoorDash would be required to share customer information with the restaurants they order from under a new California bill.
Richie Nakano was a ramen star. But that wasn’t enough for Silicon Valley.
The Hill 2/10
Two congressional Democrats are planning to roll out legislation that would fight plastic pollution by banning certain types of single-use containers and requiring manufacturers to use more recycled content in their packaging.
On the Side
Modern Restaurant Management 2/11
Much to the delight of enthusiasts and aficionados across the nation, the rapidly-growing number of states that have legalized recreational marijuana has in turn given rise to the so-called “cannabis fine dining” industry.
Nation’s Restaurant News 2/11
Denny’s Corp. sold nine more restaurants to franchisees in the fourth quarter ended Dec.25 and “substantially completed its refranchising strategy,” company CEO John Miller said Tuesday.
FSR Magazine Feb. 2020
In the age of eatertainment, marrying one-of-a-kind experiences to superior f&b programs keeps guests rolling in.
QSR Magazine Feb. 2020
Third-party-delivery sales are skyrocketing, but some not-so-convenient headaches exist for participating operators. Here’s how brands can ensure their food is delivered safely.