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The Daily Prep List 3.18.22


What a Surge in Union Organizing Means for How a 24/7 Breakfast Chain Battles Inflation in Costly California

FSR Magazine 3/17

For Norms Restaurants, a 22-unit diner based in Southern Californiainflation reared its ugly head in the spring of 2021

Out 13 Cooperatively-Owned Restaurants, Bakeries, and Markets in the Bay Area

Eater SF 3/17

The Bay Area is home to several long standing worker-run cooperatives, and many of these include food businesses such as restaurants, bars, and bakeries.

Food Industry Policy

Snapshots: Two Food Industry Policy Years in the Bay Area

ABC7 3/17

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The Golden Gate Restaurant Association sent a survey out to San Francisco restaurant owners this week asking if they plan to continue checking for proof of the coronavirus vaccine for entry.

California hit employers with huge COVID fines but settled for far less. Here’s why

The Sacramento Bee 3/17

The 33-page citation looked like an open-and-shut case of an employer skirting workplace safety rules and putting people in danger.

On the Side

Critic’s Notebook: Is dry-aged fish the next big thing on restaurant menus?

Orange County Register 3/17

It’s hard to recall a better piece of fish lately than the roasted sea bass at Detention, the restaurant formerly known as Playground in downtown Santa Ana.

Lawsuit accuses Google of stealing restaurant customers

Expedite 3/17

A Florida restaurant group has filed a lawsuit against Google, alleging the tech giant diverted orders from restaurants.

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