The Next Frontier of Labor Organizing: Food-Delivery Workers
Civil Eats 5/4
In late April, New York City Mayor Eric Adams joined food delivery workers and the Commissioner of the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection in Times Square to mark a historic moment.
Starbucks to hike wages, double training for workers as CEO Schultz tries to head off union push
Starbucks said it will hike wages for tenured workers and double training for new employees as the company and its CEO, Howard Schultz, seek to beat back the union push from its baristas.
Food Industry Policy
More Restaurants Face Trouble Paying Rent
FSR Magazine 5/4
As the ebbs and flows of pandemic-related pressures persists, a number of operators remain concerned about their ability to remain open.
Lawsuit says PFAS present in Cava Grill packaging
Legal Newsline 5/4
SAN DIEGO (Legal Newsline) – Mediterranean food chain Cava Grill has joined the group of restaurants facing lawsuits over the presence of chemicals in its packaging.
On the Side
Business Journal’s new Inside Track event series on Thursday: Examining the full plate of issues facing local restaurants.
Sacramento Business Journal 5/3
Welcome to Tuesday, loyal readers. Here’s what you need to know today.
These 22 new restaurants opened around the Sacramento area in April
The Sacramento Bee 5/3
The month of April brought a slew of new restaurants throughout the Sacramento region — particularly in the city to the south.