Skip to content

The Daily Prep List 9.21.2023


Compromise will boost fast food costs

Daily Bulletin 9/20

Get ready for your favorite burgers and tacos to cost more. A compromise reached between the Democratic majorities in the California Assembly and Senate and the fast-food industry will push the minimum wage at such restaurants to $20 next April.

$20 an hour fast-food pay: Sacramento again comes up more than a few fries short

Ceres Courier 9/20

I once flipped burgers. Not for a living, mind you.

Food Industry Policy

Berkeley company shakes up coffee industry with new, zero-emission roaster

Berkeleyside 9/20

Ricardo Lopez saw a shift happening in the coffee industry, one he had recently witnessed with wine.

Demystifying Payment Processing Fees: What Restaurants Need to Know

QSR 9/21

A restaurant cannot run without payment infrastructure in place, but the pure cost of doing business can often be more of a burden than it should be for many fast and full-service restaurants across the country.

On the Side

In This Economy? Enjoy 15 of the Best Deals at San Diego Restaurant Week

Thrillest 9/20

Just in time to celebrate autumn, the 20th annual San Diego Restaurant Week (SDRW) begins Sunday, September 24, and continues through Sunday, October 1.

Santa Barbara Is Burrito Boomtown

Santa Barbara Independent 9/21

For the next seven days, Santa Barbara shall be officially called “Burrito Boomtown.”

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Share on Pinterest

View Recent Posts!