Why the Future of Food is Female
FSR Magazine 3/7
Even before the pandemic led to a mass exodus of women from the workplace, most industries (including food and beverage) struggled with gender parity, especially in leadership.
The Department of Labor Plans To Beef Up Wage And Hour Audits
Restaurant Business 3/4
U.S. corporations aren’t the only ones hiring. The U.S. Labor Department apparently is, too.
Food Industry Policy
Congress should double down on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund at this critical juncture
Restaurant Dive 3/7
We need Congress to act as soon as possible to replenish the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which last March awarded $28.6 billion in federal aid to tens of thousands of hospitality businesses.
Restaurants Debate Masks as Covid-19 Rules Rapidly Disappear
Wall Street Journal 3/6
Covid-19 restrictions are easing.
On the Side
Political Vendetta or ‘Public Nuisance:’ Santa Barbara Chick-fil-A Under Fire
California Globe 3/7
The Santa Barbara City Council has given restaurant Chick-fil-A 90 days to fix its traffic problems on State Street or face the possibility of being declared a public nuisance. Why?
Yes, You Should Pay $24 for that Hamburger, According to Food Industry Experts
dot. LA 3/5
How much would you pay for a cheeseburger?
After all, the material cost of a burger is probably between $20 to $30, according to Josh Kopel, founder and president of the Los Angeles chapter of the California Restaurant Association.