QSR Magazine 1/4
An unprecedented 4.5 million U.S. workers quit their jobs in November, including roughly 920,000 from accommodation and food services, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Restaurant Dive 1/4
Records from the National Labor Relations Board show Workers United has recently petitioned for elections at six Starbucks stores in Boston; Chicago; Seattle; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Louisville, Colorado. This comes after the Dec. 9 election at three Buffalo, New York-area Starbucks shops.
Food Industry Policy
Federal program allows some Americans to use food stamps for select low-cost restaurants, prepared meals
USA Today 1/4
Maryland resident Rhona Reiss began speaking out about gaps in the food stamp program the day she learned it wouldn’t cover rotisserie chicken.
Restaurant Business 1/4
Government officials must not have gotten word that the year-end holidays are a time for coasting.
On the Side
New York Times 1/4
LOS ANGELES — “Kinki from Hokkaido,” says Yohei Matsuki, a little muffled through his mask, entrusting you with a piece of seared rockfish nigiri.
San Francisco Chronicle 1/4
Despite the cloud of uncertainty hanging over the Bay Area dining scene due to the omicron variant, restaurants continue to open at a steady pace.