Last month, Gavin Newsom signed into law a California bill that will raise the minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 an hour starting in 2024.
KTVU FOX 2 10/11
SAN JOSE, CA – Workers at a San Jose Burger King held a protest today, calling out poor working conditions and violence in the workplace.
Food Industry Policy
CBS Bay Area 10/11
Most people love a home-cooked meal, but charge people money for it and you’re breaking the law. But now, in California, the law has changed to allow more people to use their skills in the kitchen to earn a living.
The Modesto Bee 10/11
Digna and Adonay Díaz have lived in Chowchilla for more than 20 years. Like many other Latino immigrants, they fled violence in their homeland in search of a better life.
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 10/12
Visitors to the Ulferts Center in Dublin are hungry. Couples and families scope out the growing array of lunch options at the two-level shopping complex: Chinese, Indian, Thai and Japanese food, as well as a bakery and bubble tea shop.
QSR Magazine 10/12
Slice House by Tony Gemignani, where artisan pizza meets fast-casual dining, announced the recent franchise signing with Greek Squad LLC.