The state’s unemployment insurance debt, which ballooned as a result of the pandemic, is in dire straits with no clear path forward.
A $20 minimum wage, joint employer rule, and inflation are all standing in the chain’s way, but none of it will keep the brand from winning, the CEO said.
Food Industry Policy
The Daily Breeze 10/30
Starting this holiday season, Torrance will take a stricter stance against sidewalk vendors and homeowners who do not have the proper licensing to sell food at Sleepy Hollow’s annual lights display — by citing or ticketing them.
Marin Independent Journal 10/30
This new ordinance aims to eliminate single-use plastic foodware originating in restaurants and takeout food businesses. It’s a “top-five” category of trash and it can be found on our beaches, in waterways and roadsides.
On the Side
While third-party apps are proving a powerful tool to reach new guests, direct channels are where a lot of discovery is taking place.
These Five Businesses Will Land Inside Downtown
San Francisco Eater 10/30
Saluhall, the new dining hall next to Ikea, is aiming to have 80 percent plant-based offerings with its restaurants.