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The Daily Prep List 7.14.2023


Column: Baristas in Redlands lost their jobs. Now, they co-own their shop

Los Angeles Times 7/14

On a corner lot just off the 10 Freeway in Redlands, Slow Bloom Coffee Cooperative looks like any other hipster café.

Fast-food workers rally as California lawmakers hold controversial franchise liability bill

Los Angeles Times 7/13

Scores of Los Angeles fast-food workers spent their Thursday protesting for higher pay and better working conditions, even as labor’s latest legislative pushback against the restaurant industry has stalled.

Food Industry Policy

Gilroy cooking up rules for sidewalk vending

Gilroy Dispatch 7/13

City officials are drafting an ordinance that regulates sidewalk vending in a way that is consistent with state law.

Annual business report gives California an ‘F’ rating for cost of living and business friendliness

OMNE News Network 7/14

SACRAMENTO—In CNBC’s annual “Top States for Business” ranking, California’s ranking reflects the reality of its economy, which is led by the tech industry and venture capital dollars, but bogged down by the ongoing cost of living crisis, high taxes, and unfriendly business policies.

On the Side

Yum! Brands’ Road to 100,000 Restaurants Starts with People

QSR Magazine 7/13

It’s not hyperbole to say no restaurant group on record has grown as fast as Yum! Brands is currently.

Got Sriracha? The price for a bottle of Huy Fong’s iconic hot sauce gets spicy with supplies short

The Mercury News 7/14

NEW YORK — It’s not just you. Sriracha is hard to come by these days — at least for one popular brand.

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