1,000 SFO restaurant workers go on strike
Restaurant workers at San Francisco International Airport declared a general strike early Monday morning after more than nine months of negotiations with their employers.
Pressure builds for workers’ compensation overhaul
Fair warning: This column will be about workers’ compensation, a topic that’s very complicated and totally lacking in sex appeal, but one that involves many billions of dollars and potentially affects millions of workers.
Food Industry Policy
Letter to SBA on EIDL Relief
On behalf of America’s restaurants, thank you for your leadership on the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program, which has helped tens of thousands of restaurants weather the devastating economic impact of the pandemic.
More California street vendors can open shop under new law signed by Gavin Newsom
Sacramento Bee 9/23
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday that will simplify the rules for street vendors to obtain health permits, easing bureaucratic barriers for taco stand and fruit cart owners.
On the Side
San Diego Restaurant Week is Back With Delectable Dishes For Diners
NBC San Diego 9/25
Calling all San Diego foodies: San Diego Restaurant Week is back for its 20th iteration to give patrons the opportunity to indulge in some delectable eats from more than 100 local eateries.
Real Estate Company Says Four American Cities, Including Oklahoma, Are Better Taco Cities Than L.A.
L.A. TACO 9/23
Throughout our days and years as writing types, we’ve received a fair amount of unique press releases; innovations such as Nadkins and vaginal suppositories laced with THC come to mind.