Thousands of fast food workers in Los Angeles County are experiencing homelessness, according to a new economic study released Tuesday morning.
Restaurant Dive 5/1
The last two years have brought dramatic changes to the restaurant labor market.
Food Industry Policy
Early explorers believed California to be an island, and while its physical attachment to the rest of North America eventually became evident, it nevertheless has sought to forge an island-like cultural and political identity – a “nation-state” in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s description.
Restaurants In Unincorporated LA County Are Now Banned From Using Plastics. What To Know About The New Ordinance
L.A. County’s new plastics ordinance officially went into effect on Monday. That means if you’re dining in a restaurant in the unincorporated areas of L.A. County, you should no longer see single-use plastic foodware or Styrofoam.
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 5/2
Early spring saw the arrival of notable new Peninsula and South Bay restaurants as well as several bakeries and coffee shops.
Another month has gone, and another group of restaurant CEOs has been on the move.