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The Daily Prep List: 11.12.21


The restaurant labor crisis in 5 stats

Restaurant Dive 11/12

While COVID-19 delivered a massive shock to the restaurant industry — which now employs one million fewer workers than in 2019 — the labor market’s outlook has shifted over the course of the pandemic.

DoorDash, Grubhub add self-delivery flexibility

Restaurant Dive 11/11

DoorDash has added a “flexible fulfillment” feature to its self-delivery product first introduced last year, enabling partner restaurants to use DoorDash driver or in-house delivery staff to complete DoorDash orders, according to a press release emailed to Restaurant Dive. 

Food Industry Policy

San Diego Aims to Cut Natural Gas to Buildings

Voice of San Diego 11/11

As San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria makes his debut on the world stage of climate change negotiations this week, his administration dropped the gutsiest plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions to date.  

LA City Council to consider changes to its proof of vaccination mandate

Fox 11 Los Angeles 11/11

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles City Council on Friday will vote on enforcement measures and modifications for its new law requiring Angelenos patronizing indoor restaurants, gyms, entertainment and recreational facilities, personal care establishments and some city buildings to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19.

On the Side

California Today: See’s Turns 100. Plus Other Quintessentially California Foods / Hamburglar alarm

New York Time 11/12

LOS ANGELES — To the untrained eye, a strip of littered sidewalk along Western Avenue appears to be nothing more than an empty storefront that was recently home to a coffee shop.

The Dine-In Experience: Still the Heart of the Restaurant Industry

QSR Magazine 11/12

In the current day and age, how do we define what is or isn’t a restaurant? It is a straightforward question, yet difficult to answer. 

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