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The Daily Prep List 09.12.2022

Labor

A new law could raise fast-food wages to $22 an hour — and opponents are trying to halt it

Los Angeles Times 9/12

Almost as soon as the ink had dried on California’s new fast-food labor law, opponents set in motion an effort to overturn it.

State Law Targets Quick Service Spots

San Fernando Valley Business Journal 9/12

Ron Ross, the owner of four Wendy’s stores in the Los Angeles area, is adamant about what will happen at his restaurants now that Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed AB 257 into law. 

Food Industry Policy

NPPC, Farm Bureau respond to proponents of Proposition 12

The Pig Site 9/12

In their US Supreme Court case against California’s Proposition 12, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) this week filed a brief in response to issues raised by those who want the law upheld.

Making a Case for Passage of the Credit Card Competition Act

Real Clear Market 9/12

According to recent NBC polling, 68 percent of registered voters believe the U.S. economy has spiraled into a recession.

On the Side

$10,000 for one Instagram post? How food influencers can make or break restaurants

Los Angeles Times 9/11

In more than 20 years at his family’s restaurant, Joel Gonzalez had never seen anything like it. Around 6 p.m. on March 25, 2021, he looked up to find a line stretching out the door of Mariscos Corona, the Van Nuys restaurant he runs with his sister.

Sacramento’s first ‘ghost kitchen’ provides new opportunity for dining entrepreneurs

The Sacramento Bee 9/11

Kru executive chief and partner Billy Ngo is hoping that Sacramento’s first ghost kitchen, The Line at Elvas Virtual Kitchens, will help his high-end Japanese restaurant rebuild its delivery and to go business.

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