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The Daily Prep List: 08.12.20


Navigating workers compensation and damage claims based on COVID-19

The Hill 8/11

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in wide-ranging litigation involving public health, health care, education, criminal justice, commerce, and virtually every aspect of modern life. Employment cases have been brought alleging, among other things, wrongful discharge, disability discrimination, and unhealthful working conditions.

Food Industry Policy

Palo Alto extends Summer Streets program until winter to promote outdoor dining

Palo Alto Online 8/11

Seeking to provide a lifeline to struggling businesses and further enhance the city’s nascent outdoor dining program, Palo Alto agreed on Monday to keep University and California avenues closed to cars until at least the end of the year.

More grocery chains recall onions possibly tainted with salmonella

CBS 8/11

Trader Joe’s and Ralph’s stores on the West Coast are recalling onions that could contain salmonella amid an outbreak of the bacteria that’s now sickened more than 600 people in 43 states. 

On the Side

The Nation Wanted to Eat Out Again. Everyone Has Paid the Price.

The New York Times 8/11

Governments and restaurant owners wanted to get back to business. But bars and restaurants have become a focal point for clusters of Covid infections.

Here’s how much Bay Area restaurants have spent to be COVID-19-prepared

SF Gate 8/11

For the last several months, Russ Miller and his team have dedicated long hours to complete hundreds of plastic barriers for Bay Area businesses. To say demand has been high would be a vast understatement.

A Celebrity Chef’s New Oakland Restaurant Isn’t Just About the Food. It’s About Revolution.

Eater, San Francisco 8/11

It’s been a little more than a year since Oakland chef Rashad Armstead won the Food Network competition show Chopped. One might think that returning home with a high-profile victory under his belt would open all sorts of doors, from financial backing to other forms of support.

How long will the delivery boom last?

Restaurant Business 8/11

Consumers have flocked to the service during the pandemic, and many observers say they’ll still be there when it’s over.

Prairie, SF’s poster child for restaurant reinvention during pandemic, to close

San Francisco Chronicle 8/11

The San Francisco restaurant Prairie, which gained attention during the early days of the pandemic for dropping its meal service to operate as a general store, will permanently close on Friday.

The $200-per-person fine dining dome is America’s problems in a plastic nutshell

San Francisco Chronicle 8/11

We knew this was coming: I knew it, you knew it, anyone who didn’t get a federal stimulus check knew it. 

Booming Chicken Salad Chick Bolsters Leadership Team

QSR Magazine 8/10

Chicken Salad Chick announced the promotions of five existing brand leaders amid the company’s ongoing growth.

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