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The Daily Prep List: 08.12.21


How Restaurants Can Make New Employees their Best Brand Ambassadors

FSR Magazine 8/12

As states roll back many of the restrictions enacted to stop the spread of COVID-19, restaurant owners are banking on a full recovery after a devastating year. But new challenges have emerged. Although brands may be focused on re-engaging existing customers and attracting new ones, labor shortages have impacted their ability to quickly find and hire new team members.

The restaurants of the future will be more expensive and full of robots. Here’s why that’s a good thing.

Business Insider 8/11

Restaurants are evolving as higher costs and the labor shortage transform the industry.

Food Industry Policy

McDonald’s Mandates Vaccinations for Corporate Level Workers

QSR Magazine 8/11

McDonald’s told corporate employees Wednesday that it’s now requiring workers to get vaccinated as COVID cases continue to soar nationwide. 

SF Restaurant Becomes First in the Bay to Require Proof of Vaccination Indoors, Outdoors

NBC Bay Area 8/11

A historic San Francisco restaurant became the first in the Bay Area to require proof of vaccination for both indoor and outdoor customers, and they are encouraging other restaurants to do the same. 

On the Side

Restaurant prices rose at steepest pace in 40 years last month. Why it may not stop

The Sacramento Bee 8/12

Restaurant prices rose in July at their steepest pace in more than 40 years, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday.

IHOP Launches First Alcoholic Menu in Company History

FSR Magazine 8/12

IHOP revealed Thursday that it’s adding an alcoholic beverage menu systemwide for the first time in its 63-year history. 

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