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The Daily Prep List: 11.09.21


Fast food workers to strike Tuesday over health, safety standards

KTVU 2 FOX 11/8OAKLAND, Calif. 

Fast food workers are striking statewide Tuesday, including in Oakland and Campbell, to demand better health and safety standards at their workplaces, organizers with the Fight for $15 said Monday. 

Hungry before your flight? Worker shortage at Sacramento airport prompts closures, lines

Sacramento Bee 11/8

Getting a meal at Sacramento International Airport is a dicey proposition even as passengers return in larger numbers.

Food Industry Policy

The Bay Area’s legal home restaurants are on the rise. Here are 10 new ones

San Francisco Chronicle 11/8

Across the Bay Area, former teachers, line cooks and accountants are now selling tender Peruvian rotisserie chicken, saucy vegan tortas and crispy kimchi pancakes out of their homes — legally.

Businesses And Employees React To The First Night Under New Vaccine Mandate


In the era of COVID, restaurants and cafes once greeted you with signs about masks, social distancing and now in Los Angeles, vaccine cards.

On the Side

Panera to Go Public with Help from Danny Meyer

QSR Magazine 11/9

Recently formed multi-brand platform Panera Brands plans to go public, and it will do so with the help of restaurant veteran Danny Meyer.

Uber Eats’ restaurant delivery reaches profitability for first time

Restaurant Dive 11/8

While restaurant food delivery reached an important milestone for Uber Eats last quarter, it is still coming up against some strong headwinds with food delivery commission caps in the U.S. and Canada, higher than normal driver incentive spend in some markets and incremental costs from worker classification in the U.K, Chai said. The caps and U.K. worker costs led to a $150 million to $200 million setback on its Q3 EBITDA. 

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