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The Daily Prep List 07.1.2022


Bill giving fast-food workers a vote on wages advances in California

Restaurant Business 6/30

A first-of-its-kind law granting California fast-food workers a major role in setting the wage and hour standards imposed on the state’s quick-service restaurants has moved a step closer to becoming law.

The barista uprising: Coffee shop workers ignite a union renewal

NPR 6/30

As the wave of worker organizing at Starbucks took off this year, Steph Achter looked on with joy.

Food Industry Policy

Perspective: Understanding how big a SCOTUS ruling on California’s Prop 12 would be

Ad Daily 7/1

Usually references to the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney General evoke images of the really serious criminal overlords finally getting the justice they deserve.

In ‘historic achievement’ for environmentalists, an 11th hour plastics deal becomes law.

The Sacramento Bee 6/30

A week ago, the prospect of an agreement on California plastics reduction legislation looked unlikely.

On the Side

San Luis Obispo is one of the best ‘foodie cities’ in the U.S., Yelp list says

The Sacramento Bee 6/30

Yelp has named San Luis Obispo one of the 10 best “foodie cities” in the United States, based on an analysis of data gathered from users’ restaurant reviews.

Survey: Most restaurants are still short-staffed even as demand recovers

Restaurant Dive 6/30

Dive Brief:

  • Thirty percent of restaurant owners said business has returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to survey by Popmenu, while 25% said it has surpassed them. 

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