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The Daily Prep List 3.3.22


New group aims to help San Francisco’s restaurant workers get sober

San Francisco Examiner 3/2

Sober living can seem impossible to some professionals in the food and beverage industry, where cultural pressures like the after-shift drink can make efforts to curb drug or alcohol habits feel like it’s at odds with one’s workplace.

Finding Productivity Leaks in a Short-Staffed World

QSR Magazine 3/2

Much like a sinking ship, when productivity leaks go unplugged, it’s difficult for restaurant operators to keep afloat

Food Industry Policy

Oakland’s pandemic-driven outside dining program is here to stay

The Mercury News 3/2

OAKLAND — Many of the 140 or so sidewalk cafes and parklets that sprouted up during the pandemic will get a chance to stick around permanently, with some modifications.

Los Angeles County to Finally Drop Indoor Mask Mandate Friday

California Globe 3/2

Los Angeles County health officials indicated to the Los Angels County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday that the County would reverse long-held policies and end their indoor mask wearing mandate, including for those unvaccinated, this coming Friday.

On the Side

Wendy’s CFO: Ghost kitchens, nontraditional units will make up half of 2022 store growth

Restaurant Dive 3/2

Wendy’s plans to open 150 to 200 Reef ghost kitchen locations in 2022, CEO Todd Penegor said during the company’s Q4 2021 earnings call. 

Capriotti’s Javier Gomez Honored as IFA Franchisee of the Year

QSR Magazine 3/2

The International Franchise Association (IFA) today named Javier Gomez of Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop in Fresno, California as Franchisee of the Year. Gomez was honored at IFA’s 62nd Annual Convention in San Diego, California, for being an outstanding franchise establishment owner-operator.

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