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The Daily Prep List 06.10.2022


California’s Big Mac Attack

Wall Street Journal 6/9

Policies that originate in California have a habit of spreading where Democrats also hold power, so it’s worth paying attention to a union-backed bill in Sacramento that would create a new government council to micromanage the fast-food industry. 

California Senate to take up fast-food worker protection bill

Santa Monica Mirror 6/9

The California state Senate on Monday is scheduled to take up a bill that would potentially create a new layer of regulation for working conditions in fast food restaurants.

Food Industry Policy

Carlsbad works toward permanent solution for outdoor dining permits

The Coast News 6/9

CARLSBAD — The city will continue its temporary outdoor dining permits to help businesses offset financial losses related to COVID-19 emergency orders.

Single-use plastic items to be banned from national parks, public lands

San Francisco Chronicle 6/8

Tourists and residents flocking to some of San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge and Lands End soon won’t have access to disposable plastic items, such as water bottles, straws or shopping bags.

On the Side

Looming sriracha shortage has chili-heads seeing red

Redlands Daily Facts / OC Register 6/9

Sriracha is the next pantry item to fall victim to supply chain shortages

These two Bay Area cocktail spots just ranked among the 50 best bars in North America

San Francisco Chronicle 6/8

Oakland’s Friends & Family is the 33rd best bar on this continent, according to a new ranking published this week. The list, North America’s 50 Best Bars, also recognized San Francisco’s ABV as the 39th best.

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