Orange County Register 5/25
Scores L.A. County workers employed in hospitality, tourism, food service, entertainment and other industries plan to rally in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, May 26 to call for higher wages, better benefits and safer workloads as they struggle to keep pace with high housing costs.
Capital & Main 5/25
Two recent California food service cases vividly illustrate some of the challenges facing those who make that industry hum: the workers.
Food Industry Policy
National Hog Farmer 5/26
At the beginning of July, all pork products sold in California must meet Prop 12 requirements, unless efforts to delay—which are already happening—are successful. If unsuccessful, Steve Meyer, lead economist at Partners for Production Agriculture, told Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference (GHIVC) attendees that two channels of pork into the state will likely emerge: one that is compliant, and one that is not.
Daily Republic 5/26
FAIRFIELD — The state Senate on Thursday approved a bill that Sen. Bill Dodd says will increase “accountability and oversight in the resolution of sexual harassment and violence cases on California State University campuses.
On the Side
The Sacramento Bee 5/26
If you walked down the block on K Street in downtown Sacramento, you might have seen changes at Solomon’s, the Jewish delicatessen.
Laurie Schalow is Chipotle’s chief corporate affairs and food safety officer, overseeing internal and external communications, sustainability, employee and guest service centers, social listening, food safety and quality assurance, as well as the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation efforts.