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The Daily Prep List 11.28.2023

Labor

Q4 restaurant sales and traffic trends reveal positive trajectory

Nation’s Restaurant News 11/27

The industry is gearing up for California’s impending minimum-wage increase.

NLRB Rule Aids Franchise Unionization

MH&L 11/27

A final rule adopted by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will make it easier for union-organizing campaigns aimed at large franchise operations like McDonald’s to succeed and will impact other employers who now need to take a close look at their legal arrangements with certain suppliers, like staffing firms.

Food Industry Policy

This large California city is poised to ban single-use plastics

KTLA5 11/27

Irvine could become the latest California city to ban single-use plastics, including water bottles, bags, straws and even mylar balloons.

County holding listening sessions for input on sidewalk vending

The Signal 11/27

The Los Angeles County Department of Economic Opportunity is holding listening sessions for anyone interested in learning more or providing input about the upcoming proposed sidewalk vending ordinance for unincorporated areas of the county.

On the Side

These five local festivals are all about celebrating and devouring tamales

The Orange County Register 11/27

These Southern California events will celebrate the tamale with culture and fun.

This popular lunch spot in downtown S.F. ‘faithfully’ paid rent. Now it’s facing eviction.

San Francisco Chronicle 11/28

Financial District workers braving the commute into downtown San Francisco could soon find themselves with one less lunch option to choose from.

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