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The Daily Prep List 5.2.22


New York and California Experiment with Giving Workers a Say in Industry Standards

In These Times 5/1

FOLSOM, CALIF. — After a pharmacist tells Maria Bernal in January she probably has Covid-19, Bernal goes to the Jack in the Box fast food restaurant where she works with a fever and chills. She can barely read the order screen, she’s so dizzy. 

Hundreds March in San Francisco May Day Rally to Support Organized Labor


SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Hundreds of workers from different unions around the Bay Area marched to San Francisco City Hall for the annual May Day rally, also celebrated as International Workers Day in some countries.

Food Industry Policy

Eateries Dislike Ban on Plastics

Los Angeles Business Journal 5/2

Beyond the fact that restaurant operators dislike the higher costs of non-plastic food containers they soon may be forced to use, they also worry that compostable materials soak up sauces and generally make food less appetizing.

Some small-business funding is in jeopardy. Business groups are urging Congress to act.

Sacramento Business Journal 5/1

Business groups are urging Congress not to cut $2 billion in local small-business grants and programs. Here’s what businesses need to know.

On the Side

No, NFTs won’t save the restaurant industry

San Francisco Chronicle 5/2

Hi, I’m associate critic Cesar Hernandez and I’m taking the wheel, just like drift king Jesus Christ, for Soleil this week.

Is the Gilroy Garlic Festival back on? Major California operator says it will save event

The Sacramento Bee 5/1

The organizers of one farm-oriented festival in Northern California appear to be trying to save another popular event.

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