Fast-food workers could find themselves earning as much as $22 an hour this year, depending on the results of an ongoing court battle.
The Epoch Times 1/6
A Sacramento Superior Court judge Dec. 30 temporarily halted a new California fast food worker law—originally taking effect Jan. 1.
Food Industry Policy
The San Francisco Standard 1/9
Two years ago, chef Greg Lutes put up a parklet in front of his Bernal Heights restaurant, 3rd Cousin. Like countless other restaurateurs, he was quick to offer an outdoor dining option during Covid, fearing what might happen to his business if he didn’t. But he was also careful to construct his parklet to meet city code.
Los Angeles Times 1/7
Golden State shoppers are shelling out extreme prices for eggs, amid an outbreak of bird flu that has killed millions of hens and left local grocers struggling to stock cartons that comply with California law.
On the Side
QSR Magazine 1/9
Headed into 2023, the future of virtual kitchens is becoming more fact than apparition.
San Francisco Chronicle 1/9
Pastry chefs are disappearing from Bay Area restaurants, myself included. You might think, “It’s just dessert,” which is precisely why the endangered pastry chef has vanished from so many restaurants’ payrolls.