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The Daily Prep List: 07.02.21


U.S. economy added 850,000 jobs in June as labor market showed renewed strength

The Washington Post 7/2

The U.S. economy added 850,000 jobs in June as the pace of the recovery surged — quieting fears, at least temporarily, of more lasting harm from labor and supply shortages.

San Francisco’s minimum wage just went up

KRON 4 7/1

The minimum wage for all workers in the City and County of San Francisco increased to $16.32 per hour as of Thursday.

Food Industry Policy

Restaurant Grant Program Ends in a Cloud of Errors and Confusion

The New York Times 7/1

More than 100,000 business owners got help from the relief effort, but 265,000 were turned away — some after awards were rescinded.

Eating Out(side)

SF Weekly 7/1

The pandemic helped grow one of San Francisco’s best ideas, but the future of now-popular parklets is far from certain.

On the Side

An ‘existential crisis’: Pandemic debts hang over Bay Area restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 7/1

Despite the optimism of this moment, with Bay Area restaurants able to return to full capacity, the financial pressures of the shutdown linger.

Food service providers struggle to keep up with reopening of America

Freight Waves 7/1

‘From a service standpoint, it seems that we’re going to be in a very tight market for some time, along with a driver and a supply shortage’

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