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The Daily Prep List 4.29.22


Cheesecake Factory staffing levels rise above pre-pandemic numbers despite industry-wide labor shortage

Nation’s Restaurant News 4/28

The Cheesecake Factory reported Wednesday that staffing is no longer a problem for the casual-dining chain as it’s now above pre-pandemic staff levels despite a labor crisis in the restaurant industry.

Inspired by their own son, the restauranteurs employing those living with disabilities

KCLU 4/27

It’s the lunchtime rush at Kyle’s Kitchen in Goleta.

Food Industry Policy

Metro approves $317-million busway connecting San Gabriel, San Fernando valleys

Los Angeles Times 4/29

A controversial 19-mile bus corridor connecting the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys got the go-ahead Thursday.

California investigating ExxonMobil over its plastics waste

CBS News LA 4/28

California’s attorney general on Thursday subpoenaed ExxonMobil as part of what he called a first-of-its-kind broader investigation into the petroleum industry for its alleged role in causing a global plastic pollution crisis.

On the Side

Application deadline approaches for Restaurant Care Resiliency grants

Daily Republic 4/28

AIRFIELD — The Restaurants Care Resilience Fund is back for another round of grants to support California’s independent restaurants.

Restaurants in Californian municipality launch indoor air quality initiative

SmartCitiesWorld 4/28

Restaurants in the Californian municipality of Carmel-by-the-Sea have rolled out the Verified Clean Air programme in an effort to support the local restaurant scene and bring the community together in a post-pandemic world.

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