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The Daily Prep List 08.18.2022

Serving up the latest restaurant industry news.


Fast-Food Workers Are Closing In on a Major Victory in California

Mother Jones 8/18

Mysheka Ronquillo usually gets up around 6 in the morning to provide in-home care to two clients in Los Angeles.


Politico California Playbook 8/18

THE BUZZ: Resistance to a new environmental bill package is heating up Sacramento’s political climate.

Food Industry Policy

Restaurant operators eye electric kitchens as gas restrictions gain momentum

NRN 8/17 

As more and more municipalities, particularly in California, impose restrictions on the use of gas-powered appliances in new construction, some restaurants might have to consider converting their operations to electric equipment.

Fullerton to keep Wilshire Avenue closed to traffic into 2024 for outdoor dining

Orange County Register 8/17

Fullerton’s Walk on Wilshire, the pandemic-spurred outdoor dining promenade that closed a portion of the boulevard to traffic so restaurants could spill onto the street with their tables, will remain open into 2024.

On the Side

Your visitor guide to Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Festival 2022: Dates, events, more

The Sacramento Bee 8/18

The Farm-to-Fork Festival, Sacramento’s annual event packed with food, drinks and music that attracts people from all over the world, is just around the corner.

‘It’s not fun to work in a sauna’: How food trucks cope during Bay Area heat wave

San Francisco Chronicle 8/17

When it’s hot outside, it’s even hotter inside food trucks.

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