JD Supra 11/16
In preparation for 2021, California employers have an abundance of new laws to decipher and comply with. Below are the highlights curated by our Employment Law Group.
HR Morning 11/16
No matter the size or type of your business, you’re likely to see some changes once president-elect Joe Biden takes office in January. Biden has many different priorities than President Trump, and experts predict executive orders and updated enforcement of current laws very soon.
Food Industry Policy
San Francisco Chronicle 11/13
San Francisco’s indoor dining shutdown might be the first of several in the Bay Area, as more and more county health officers say they believe indoor restaurants are too risky at a time when coronavirus cases are surging across the state.
Restaurant Hospitality 11/12
DeliverZero — which launched in Brooklyn, New York in October 2019 — is a third-party delivery service with a twist: the sustainable, waste-minimal company only delivers food in reusable packaging that customers return to DeliverZero’s network of restaurants after finishing.
On the Side
Food Dive 11/16
Two new versions of the Beyond Burger — one reformulated to be meatier and one reformulated to be more nutritious — will be available to consumers in 2021, Beyond Meat announced. The two new versions will have the same taste profile, lower overall fat and fewer calories than 80/20 beef, and B vitamins and minerals comparable to those in beef, the company says.
SF Gate 11/14
The temperature is dropping, the days are getting shorter, and now everyone in your Zoom meeting is wearing a sweater. It’s fall in the Bay Area, which means ’tis the season for soups, warming curries and as much pumpkin and squash as possible. For those nights when you need something cozy to console you about the sun setting at 5 p.m., we have you covered. Here are a few soul-warming foods you can order for takeout right now.
McDonald’s Corp MCD.N will inspect all its U.S. restaurants to ensure compliance with safety standards as coronavirus cases surge again and “COVID fatigue” sets in, according to an internal note seen by Reuters on Friday.