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The Daily Prep List: 06.09.21

Labor

Restaurants in need of workers as California reopening approaches

California News Times 6/8

As California prepares to fully reopen its economy on June 15, the service industry is desperate to fill thousands of vacancies. According to the California Restaurant Association, nearly two-thirds of restaurant employees lost their jobs in March 2020.

Should You Tip in Cash or on a Credit Card?

Food & Wine 6/7

Most servers would say that cash is king, but there are consequences.

Food Industry Policy

Coronavirus Rules for Restaurants ‘Will Be Retired’ on June 15 Reopening, LA Official Says

Eater Los Angeles 6/8

One week from ‘fully reopening,’ here’s what to know (and what is still unknown) for restaurants and diners across Los Angeles County and beyond.

Questions Linger as Bay Area’s Reopening Date Nears

NBC Bay Area 6/7

County officials say they are waiting for guidance from the state on what rules businesses have to follow when California fully reopens.

Can Restaurants Come Back Stronger than Ever?

QSR Magazine 6/7

The industry has fundamentally changed due to COVID-19. But that might not be a bad thing.

On the Side

This Fresno drive-thru gets long lines. Here’s why it’s a problem, and a plan to fix it

The Fresno Bee 6/8

Ask any Fresnan what the busiest drive-thru restaurant in town is and Chick-fil-A is likely to land on the list, along with In-N-Out and Dutch Bros Coffee. A spotlight was put on the Chick-fil-A at Blackstone and Nees avenues this week when a nearby restaurateur publicly blasted the restaurant on Facebook.

Tonight’s Dinner Should Be Fried Chicken From an LA Grocery Store

Eater Los Angeles 6/8

From sweet, spicy parts at S-Mart in Torrance to golden pieces waiting to be stuffed into to-go boxes at Ralphs.

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