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The Daily Prep List 1.18.2023


California’s Controversial Fast Food Law Could Be On Hold Until 2024

Mashed 1/18

California representatives were looking to enact a state-wide food-related law — one that clearly isn’t receiving universal support.

How Restaurant Workers Help Pay for Lobbying to Keep Their Wages Low

New York Times 1/17

WASHINGTON — For many cooks, waiters and bartenders, it is an annoying entrance fee to the food-service business: Before starting a new job, they pay around $15 to a company called ServSafe for an online class in food safety.

Food Industry Policy

How the Gas-Stove Debate Has Played Out in California

New York Times’ California Today 1/18

You may have heard chatter recently about gas stoves: whether they’re bad for your health, or the planet’s, and whether they’re soon going to be banned in your city or state.

Ruling on controversial Proposition 12 expected soon

Pig Progress 1/18

Fully implemented in January 2022, Prop 12 outlines new standards for confinement systems for sows, poultry and veal calves in California. 

On the Side

Starbucks Is Doubling Down On Coffee Delivery

Restaurant Business 1/18

You will soon be able to DoorDash that Venti Iced Americano with two pumps of caramel and cream foam.

Chefs gear up for Long Beach Black Restaurant Week with a lunch for the homeless

CBS LA 1/17

Guest chefs cooked up a complimentary lunch today at the Long Beach Rescue Mission, giving back and kicking off the upcoming Long Beach Black Restaurant Week.

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