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The Daily Prep List 6.06.2023



The Business Journal 6/5

Coming on the heels of Assembly Bill 257, which was placed on temporary hold until the November 2024 election, Assemblymember Chris Holden introduced Assembly Bill 1228 in February, aiming to change liability rules for franchised eateries in the quick-service restaurant industry.

Ideas & Opinions — George Boardman: Ad avalanche opposing AB 1228 textbook case in deceptive advertising

The Union 6/6

If you’ve been watching television lately, you’ve probably noticed an avalanche of ads urging you to oppose AB 1228, currently being considered by the state Senate. The ads are case book examples of misleading advertising.

Food Industry Policy

Berkeley’s natural gas ban fight gets reignited

San Francisco Examiner 6/5

The natural gas debate is back on.

Starbucks’ iconic coffee cup has a climate problem as mobile, drive-thru orders boom

CNBC 6/3

Since 1985, Starbucks has allowed customers to order with their own personal reusable cups at a store counter, offering a 10-cent discount for customers that chose this sustainable option.

On the Side

Amid scrutiny, the James Beard Foundation awards 5 L.A. restaurants, chefs and writers

Los Angeles Times 6/5

Dubbed the “biggest night of the year for the culinary industry” and “the Oscars of food,” the James Beard Foundation’s annual restaurant and dining awards are some of the highest accolades that chefs, restaurateurs and others in the industry can garner.

Artifact restaurant inside Balboa Park’s Mingei museum earns Michelin Guide recognition

The San Diego Union-Tribune 6/6

Artifact at Mingei, the globally inspired museum that opened in the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park 18 months ago, joined the California Michelin Guide of restaurants on Tuesday morning.

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