Restaurant Business 7/21
With the Fast Act on hold, labor advocates in California have quietly figured out another way to raise the wages of the state’s restaurant workers.
Los Angeles Daily News 7/24
Cooks and cashiers walked off the job at a McDonald’s in Los Angeles on Friday, July 20, claiming the restaurant’s broken air conditioning system was forcing them to work in sweltering conditions amid Southern California’s relentless heat wave.
Food Industry Policy
The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office has sent out warning letters to some local restaurants that have been charging undisclosed fees or surcharges, violating California’s False Advertising Law.
You may not have noticed it, but the grocery store egg aisle has increasingly been going cage-free.
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 7/24
It’s easy to miss the Felix, a hip speakeasy in Union Square with retro-cool decor and cocktails made with Asian spirits.
Nation’s Restaurant News 7/24
Every year, Nation’s Restaurant News and Datassential partner to present The Top 500, the definitive sales ranking of restaurants in America.