California the least generous state for tipping, report finds
While California has its fair share of high rollers, not everyone is willing to share the wealth, a new report on restaurant tipping shows.
South Bay Leaders Create New Team to Protect Employees From Wage Theft
NBC Bay Area 8/23
South Bay leaders are stepping up enforcement of wage theft laws at restaurants to protect employees.
Food Industry Policy
Street vendor bill needs some adjustments
Tourism is slowly returning to pre-pandemic levels at popular tourist destinations such as Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, the Santa Monica Pier, San Diego’s Balboa Park and the countless other gems the Golden State has to offer.
Gig Workers Await Judicial Action In Prop 22 Limbo
A year after a California state trial court declared the Proposition 22 ballot initiative carving out certain gig workers from a worker classification test unconstitutional, an appeal remains pending and the status of those workers hangs in the balance.
On the Side
We’ll always have fries with that
Consumer behavior is incredibly complex and nuanced.
Summer Lingers But Fall Menu Launches Pick Up Speed
Restaurant Business 8/23
As September nears, more chains are bringing pumpkin to the menu in lattes, muffins and other food and drink.