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The Daily Prep List 9.27.2023


Local Operators Say California’s $20 Fast Food Minimum Wage Could Bring Restaurant Closures

GV Wire 9/26

Local fast food operators say a new $20 an hour minimum wage could drastically affect business, including the closure of stores.

Unions, governor and fast-food industry agree to a detente

The Orange County Register 9/26

For a state that crowns itself the “birthplace of fast food,” the Golden State seems to have a vendetta against the Golden Arches.

Food Industry Policy

California crime concerns spark protest in Oakland

CalMatters 9/27

Small business and restaurant owners in Oakland have had enough.

EATS Act faces uphill battle

Agri-Pulse 9/27

The pork industry isn’t united over whether Congress should use the upcoming farm bill to overturn California’s Proposition 12, and a proposed legislative fix faces stiff opposition.

On the Side

Here’s just how constant vandalism has become at S.F.’s restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 9/27

At San Francisco restaurant Shuggie’s, the parklet is tagged with graffiti so frequently that diners have stopped wanting to sit in it. Once, the owners confronted the taggers, offering them free pizza to stop.

Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork Festival launched new events. Here’s what it means for its future

The Sacramento Bee 9/27

The free entry that includes cooking demonstrations and music will remain, but Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork Festival plans to carry forward more paid events based on their success this year.

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