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The Daily Prep List 5.18.2023

Labor

Restaurants, dry-cleaning businesses worried about economic impact of ongoing writers strike

ABC7 5/17

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — It’s business as usual at Milt & Edie’s dry-cleaning and laundry in Burbank, but three weeks into the writers strike, so many different types of businesses who service the Hollywood industry fear what’s coming.

How Many Fast Food Jobs Can We Actually Give To AI?

The Daily Meal 5/17

Preservatives aren’t the only artificial thing behind fast food these days. A growing number of restaurant chains are turning to artificial intelligence as a replacement for human labor.

Food Industry Policy

Palo Alto gives the go-ahead to chef José Andrés’ restaurant at Stanford center

The Mercury News 5/17

A Stanford Shopping Center restaurant from acclaimed chef José Andrés is back on track again.

Copyrighting ‘Taco Tuesday’ is downright Trumpian

Los Angeles Times 5/18

It was Tuesday. I was hungry. So I went out to enjoy a dinner that millions of Americans have gobbled up on that day for decades.

On the Side

Innovative Solutions For Food Waste Handling At The Food Service Level

Forbes 5/18

Waste is a practical challenge throughout the food chain all the way from the farm to the consumer.

Peninsula Restaurant Week runs May 19-27, with dozens of meal deals

The Mercury News 5/17

Peninsula Restaurant Week runs from this Friday, May 19, through Saturday, May 27, with businesses all up and down the Peninsula enticing food lovers with the opportunity to save money while discovering new places and revisiting old favorites.

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