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The Daily Prep List 08.05.2022

Serving up the latest restaurant industry news.


Should California set wages in fast-food restaurants? State bill would make it happen

The Sacramento Bee 8/5

Over 16 years working at a McDonald’s in Los Angeles, Angelica Hernandez dealt with on-the-job experiences that left her feeling “humiliated and mistreated.”

Help Wanted: SF Restaurants Cut Hours, Recruit Family Amid Labor Crunch

The San Francisco Standard 8/4

There’s a faded help wanted sign in the storefront of Billingsgate in Noe Valley seeking a worker to help staff the neighborhood seafood market and restaurant.

Food Industry Policy

The twists and turns of the RRF: Here’s where we stand

NRN 8/5

Welcome to First Bite, a Nation’s Restaurant News podcast, your daily source of news from NRN hosted by Holly Petre.

San Diego set to ban natural gas hookups in new and existing buildings

Energy News Network 8/4

ELECTRIFICATION: San Diego’s city council approves a climate plan that calls for banning natural gas hookups in new construction and electrifying nearly all existing homes and other buildings. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

On the Side

Where to eat on your road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles

San Francisco Chronicle 8/5

Two roads diverge between San Francisco and Los Angeles, and both are well traveled: California State Route 1, curving its way along the dramatic California coastline, and Interstate 5, a four-lane straightaway through the state’s agricultural heartland.

Sacramento sunsets and skylines: Here are the best restaurants and bars with great views

The Sacramento Bee 8/5

Sacramento’s summer heat can be oppressive in June and July.

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