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The Daily Prep List 07.20.2022

Serving up the latest restaurant industry news.


Chipotle Workers File Complaint With NLRB After Store Closure

BNN Bloomberg 7/19

(Bloomberg) — Workers at a Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. in Augusta, Maine, filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board alleging that the burrito-seller closed their store to retaliate against unionization efforts.

Did Starbucks Really Close 6 LA Locations Because It Was Concerned About Worker Safety?

Eater LA 7/19

Last week, Starbucks announced plans to close six stores throughout Southern California by the end of the month. 

Food Industry Policy

Will Bay Area counties follow L.A.’s footsteps and reintroduce a mask mandate?

San Francisco Chronicle 7/19

COVID-19 case numbers are surging, hospitalizations are up and at least one California county — Los Angeles — is moving toward a new indoor mask mandate.

Attacks on street vendors should be charged as hate crimes, Santa Ana councilman says

Los Angeles Times 7/19

In what would be a first for California, Santa Ana city officials considered Tuesday whether they can classify attacks against street vendors as hate crimes, which could offer additional safeguards for vendors in the predominantly Latino city.

On the Side

Here are 27 affordable meals for less than $10 each around Sacramento

The Sacramento Bee 7/19

Food prices are climbing with no relief in sight for Californians, and eating out for some people is out of the question.

10 hot new Bay Area alfresco restaurants to try this summer

The Mercury News 7/19

It’s the sweet spot of summer, when the nights are the warmest. What better way to savor it than having a meal outside? 

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