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The Daily Prep List 3.21.22


Starbucks Loses Labor Board Appeal Over Union’s Methods

Bloomberg Law 3/16

The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday rejected an appeal by Starbucks Corp. over the size of proposed bargaining units at half a dozen U.S. stores.

California explores unemployment for undocumented workers

The San Francisco Chronicle 3/21

When the pandemic hit, Rosalba Reyes, 52, felt she had no choice but to continue her work as a restaurant kitchen lead, although she worried about catching the coronavirus.

Food Industry Policy

Push back against unneeded taxes and regulations

CalMatters 3/18

Southern California is known for its diverse culture, picturesque views of the Pacific, theme parks like Disney and Hollywood.

US Foods New Product Lineup Helps Restaurants ‘Do More with Less’

FSR Magazine 3/21

US Foods Holding Corp. announced Monday the launch of Spring 2022 Scoop.  Themed “Do More with Less,” Spring Scoop features 18 versatile and innovative products combined with a variety of inspiring menu ideas developed by US Foods product innovation and culinary experts.

On the Side

4 Reasons Why Value is Key in Restaurant Marketing

QSR Magazine 3/18

The restaurant industry is operating in an environment like we’ve never seen before. As businesses are tested, it’s important to consider key selling points.

New Gig Surcharges Are Hardly a Gas

Wall Street Journal 3/17

Your gig-platform spending is about to shift higher.

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