The Bill That Could Change Everything for California Fast Food Employees
A life without fast food is such a strange thought that it’s almost impossible to comprehend
Higher pay, better benefits, and full disclosure define a post-pandemic restaurant
The Counter 3/8
At 4 p.m. on a winter Friday, Portland, Oregon’s Kachka opened for dinner service, serving Russian cuisine that features dishes like “Herring ‘Under a Fur Coat” (herring, potatoes, onions, carrots, beets, mayo, eggs) and “Baltic Sprat Buterbrodi” (smoked fish, rye toast, parsley mayo).
Food Industry Policy
Op-Ed: The processed food industry makes us desperate to lose weight — and then profits from it
Los Angeles Times 3/9
In 2020 the diet app Noom surged in popularity, one example of a new — arguably more mindful — era in diet trends. It generated approximately $400 million in revenue that year and has expectations of a $10-billion stock offering.
Congress Walks Away from Restaurant Revitalization Fund
FSR Magazine 3/8
In 2020 the diet app Noom surged in popularity, one example of a new — arguably more mindful — era in diet trends.
On the Side
Eating seafood is about as climate-friendly as eating plants, study finds. Here’s why
San Francisco Chronicle 3/8
People looking for a diet that is both healthy and climate-friendly may want to consider eating more oysters and herring.
First look inside the Bay Area’s only farmer-owned restaurant
The Mercury News 3/8
A private tour of famed Winters farm, K&J Orchards, is largely reserved for Northern California’s most esteemed chefs.