Serving up the latest restaurant industry news.
California Democrats’ war on gig workers could become an economic tragedy for everyone
Washington Examiner 7/15
Inflation is raging at 9%. Supply chain problems are plaguing the entire nation.
Dodger Stadium Concession Workers Threaten an All-Star Strike
Capital & Main 7/14
Among the owners of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams, 24 are billionaires.
Food Industry Policy
NPPC taking Prop. 12 one step at a time
DES MOINES, Iowa — How do you challenge a state law that could have major impacts to the U.S. pork industry as a whole?
No indoor mask mandate planned in Riverside, San Bernardino counties
The Sun 7/14
Officials in Riverside and San Bernardino counties don’t intend to follow the lead of Los Angeles County, which plans to bring back a mask-wearing mandate for indoor settings, amid a surging summer wave of coronavirus infections.
On the Side
DoorDash and Grubhub could drop delivery fee cap lawsuit against S.F. in potential deal
San Francisco Chronicle 7/15
Food delivery giants DoorDash and Grubhub have struck a tentative deal with San Francisco legislators to drop their fiery lawsuit against the city in exchange for modifications to a local law capping delivery fees for restaurants at 15%.
These 9 Bay Area restaurants made OpenTable’s top 100 for outdoor dining in the U.S.
San Francisco Chronicle 7/14
Already well-known as a magnet for foodies, the Bay Area upped its outdoor dining game during the pandemic, with parklets and patios proliferating across the region and becoming a permanent part of the restaurant scene.