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The Daily Prep List 3.4.2022


More Starbucks stores want to unionize. These women and nonbinary workers are leading the push.

The Washington Post 3/4

In December, a Buffalo location of Starbucks became the first among the 9,000 corporate-owned stores in the United States to vote to unionize.

With revised masking rules, will things change for store and restaurant workers?

CapRadio 3/3

Workers at stores and restaurants have been at the center of confrontations over masks. As most of the country relaxes mask mandates at the CDC’s guidance, anxiety isn’t over for workers.

Food Industry Policy

L.A. County lifts indoor mask rule after hitting crucial milestone

Los Angeles Times 3/3

Los Angeles County lifted its indoor mask order Friday after it officially exited the high coronavirus community level as calculated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Why One California Town Might Declare Chick-Fil-A A ‘Public Nuisance’

Mashed 3/3

This Santa Barbara Chick-fil-A is in trouble, and no, it’s not because a vegan fried chicken advocate reported them. According to Noozhawk, the town’s City Council might declare the location at 3707 State Street a “public nuisance,” which is a real crime that is punishable by law. People aren’t pleased with the news.

On the Side

Pandemic bringing entrepreneurs’ business plan to life, sparking a start-up boom worldwide

Fox 26 3/4

As some businesses close their doors due to COVID-19, others are getting inspired to open theirs.

Food for a cause: How you can eat and help those suffering from the invasion of Ukraine

The Sacramento Bee 3/4

Milestone Restaurant & Cocktail Bar has a recipe for helping. 

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