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The Daily Prep List 11.07.2023


Restaurants chains pain rosier picture of labor and staffing

Restaurants Business 11/6

Midway through 3Q earnings, it appears wage inflation remains a challenge, but restaurants are fully staffed, turnover is low and efforts to optimize efficiency are paying off.

How California EDD failed to stop fraud and help the unemployed

CalMatters 11/7

As the California Employment Development Department begins an unprecedented five year, $1.2 billion overhaul, a year-long CalMatters investigation uses internal documents to tell the story behind the state’s COVID unemployment crash – what went wrong, what the state’s trying to fix and whether any of it could happen again.

Food Industry Policy

Council to Consider Extending Outdoor Dining Program

San Clemente Times Times 11/6

With the upcoming expiration of the city’s outdoor dining program, the San Clemente City Council will discuss whether to extend the initiative to mid-2026 on Tuesday night, Nov 7.

You might be overpaying for chicken, turkey and pork in California, lawsuit by feds claims

The Sacramento Bee 11/6

Inflation may not be the only reason Californians are dealing with high prices at the grocery store.

On the Side

Fat Chance Food Hall brings irreverent restaurants concepts to Livermore

The Mercury News 11/6

Ramen, smash burgers and chicken sandwiches are among the meals on offer.

A celebrity chef’s rooftop Mexican restaurants and 7 more Peninsula and South Bay openings

San Francisco Chronicle 11/6

New Peninsula and South Bay restaurants that opened in recent weeks range from a rooftop stunner to a cozy neighborhood spot for Nepalese food.

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