Silver Taube: The good, the bad and the ugly—some propositions and bills to look out for
San Jose Spotlight 4/14
A few years ago, the demand for $15 an hour was dismissed as unimaginable pie in the sky.
32-Hour Workweek? New Bill Gains Traction in Sacramento
A shortened workweek for Californians could become the norm with a recently proposed bill aimed at reducing the regular 40-hour week down to 32.
Food Industry Policy
Sustainability moves up priority list after COVID’s shut-down lessons
Restaurant Hospitality 4/14
When March 2020 brought an unprecedented shut-down of indoor dining, the last thing on everyone’s mind was sustainability.
Burger King Is Sued Over Alleged Health Risks In Its Packaging
Restaurant Business 4/14
A California man who describes himself as a longtime Burger King customer has sued the chain in federal court for allegedly misleading the public about the safety of certain menu items, including the Whopper.
On the Side
Pickles, slaw, pastrami on rye: Skirball serves up a tasty show on the Jewish deli
Los Angeles Times 4/14
Writer and scholar Lara Rabinovitch would surely admit to a fondness for Jewish delis and particularly for Langer’s Delicatessen.
10 Takeaways From The Restaurant Leadership Conference
Restaurant Business 4/13
The restaurant industry is at an odd spot. Sales remain strong. Profitability not so much.