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The Daily Prep List: 06.25.21


Can Human Resources Save the Restaurant Industry From Its Own Toxicity?

VICE 6/24

More and more restaurants are implementing HR. But whether it’s a fig leaf or meaningful change remains to be seen.

Regulators are targeting the tip credit. Here’s what businesses need to know.

The Business Journal 6/24

A proposed Department of Labor rule could have a significant impact on a number of businesses with employees who earn tips. Here’s what companies need to know.

Food Industry Policy

San Francisco passes permanent delivery fee cap

Restaurant Dive 6/25 

While restaurants have hailed these caps during the pandemic, delivery companies and drivers have been widely against them. DoorDash and Uber Eats added additional customer fees in various municipalities that capped fees. DoorDash said in a blog post in March it took that route to cover the costs associated with delivery. The company also claimed these limits decrease order volumes, which in turn, means its couriers earn less money. 

Uber co-founder eyes public dining at downtown San Jose food hall venue

The Mercury News 6/24

Dining could be part of new uses at tech exec’s CloudKitchens venture in downtown San Jose historic building.

On the Side

The best food of the week from our Bay Area restaurant critic

San Francisco Chronicle 6/25

In this new weekly column, I’ll be sharing the best dishes I’ve eaten around the San Francisco Bay Area lately. While the list may include Instagram-only deals or seasonal tasting menu items, I’ll be sure to only include things that you could reasonably get now-ish.

Here’s Every New Vendor Coming to Smorgasburg LA Next Month

Eater Los Angeles 6/24

Some of the city’s biggest pop-ups and street food vendors are heading to the weekly Downtown LA food market when it returns on July 4 weekend.

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