Fast Food Workers To Strike Statewide On November 9, Call For Passage Of Fast Recovery Act
East County Magazine 11/7
Fast food workers in San Diego are planning to join a statewide strike on Tuesday, November 9. Workers will rally at 10 a.m. at Dennis V. Allen Park, 850 Boundary Street in San Diego, to highlight health and safety violations and wage theft, according to a flyer.
Minimum Wage Expected to Hit an All-Time High in Southern California
Restaurant Business 11/5
The City Council of West Hollywood, Calif., voted unanimously Thursday to raise the trend-setting area’s minimum wage to $17.64 an hour, a rate believed to be the highest in the nation.
Food Industry Policy
Op-Ed: That seafood on your plate may have been caught illegally. How a new law could change that
Los Angeles Times 11/8
Whether it’s lunch from a seaside clam shack or a dinner at a five-star restaurant, few things delight the palate like fresh seafood.
L.A. restaurants in low-vaccination areas brace for hits as new mandate arrives
Los Angeles Times 11/7
“Is this the beginning of the end?” Kim Prince asked during a recent phone call. “We have been in a period of pivot, pivot, pivot. I just want to fry chicken.”
On the Side
America’s restaurants remain under threat
Pasadena Stars News/OC Register 11/8
For about two months in spring and summer, it looked as though the restaurant industry might be allowed to live.
CRA continues the fight over Berkeley’s illegal and ill-conceived natural gas ban
California Restaurant Association 11/5
As California restaurants continue to face uncertainties associated with COVID-19 recovery and rising supply chain costs, the California Restaurant Association is working to prevent a ban that would eliminate restaurants’ ability to use gas stoves and ovens – another hurdle that our small business owners cannot afford.