QSR Magazine 6/3
The McDonald’s leader said the technology has 85 percent order accuracy, and only about 20 percent of orders need to be taken by employees, according to a report by CNBC.
The San Mateo Daily Journal 6/1
Foster City is exploring the feasibility of a minimum wage increase ordinance, with suggestions from Councilmember Sam Hindi for a hike that eventually reaches $16 an hour.
Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.
Food Industry Policy
Even as the state prepares to lift coronavirus restrictions on June 15, some changes such as outdoor dining and to-go drinks will likely remain in many California cities. And many small businesses are embracing the extensions.
Eater Seattle 6/2
The proposed legislation hopes to alleviate some headaches for local restaurants, some of whom have been listed on apps without their knowledge or consent.
As restaurants ditch third-party delivery apps, companies like DoorDash and Grubhub are creating more incentives for small businesses.
On the Side
After tweeting for years about opening a diner or convenience store, Musk took a small step toward bringing Tesla food service closer to reality.
Spectrum News 6/1
Two truck drivers turned chefs are now serving fresh-to-order wings and sandwiches on the streets of East LA. The Wing Man pop-up opened eight months ago and is already on its way to having their own brick and mortar due to their delicious eats.