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The Daily Prep List 06.03.2022


Why California Fast-Food Workers Are Organizing a Statewide Walkout

Eater SF 6/2

Your favorite fast-food restaurant may be at reduced capacity as of next week. On June 9, the Service Employees International Union launches a statewide strike.

Starbucks union creates $1 million fund to cover lost pay for striking baristas

CNBC 6/2

The union backing organizing efforts at Starbucks is creating a $1 million fund to cover lost pay for baristas who go on strike, giving workers more firepower in their fight to unionize.

Food Industry Policy

Alameda County to reinstate indoor mask mandate starting Friday amid rising COVID cases and hospitalizations

San Francisco Chronicle 6/2

Alameda County will require masks in most indoor public settings again starting midnight Friday, as rising coronavirus cases drive a concerning increase in hospitalizations, county health officials said Thursday.

The end of Korean BBQ in L.A.? What the gas stove ban means for your fave restaurants

Los Angeles Times 6/2

Dinner at Park’s BBQ in Koreatown inevitably starts with a small flame.

On the Side

The Top 500

Restaurant Business 6/2

The 500 largest chains collectively have recovered from the pandemic and then some, with sales up 8.4% since 2019.

Top SAN FRANCISCO Restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 6/2

AFTER DINING AT hundreds of restaurants in the two years that I have been here, I’ve come to understand the San Francisco dining scene as one that is easily stereotyped — apocryphal $16 burritos and tech meat come to mind.

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