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The Daily Prep List 1.20.2023


California’s fast food council on hold amid push for new labor laws

Modern Retail 1/20

A first-of-its-kind council that would set wages and working conditions for fast food workers in California is on hold following legal action from the restaurant lobby.

How robots are helping address the fast-food labor shortage

CNBC 1/20

Struggling to find workers and eager to relieve staff from boring, repetitive tasks, fast-food restaurant chains are adding robots to their kitchens.

Food Industry Policy

California egg supplies limited by avian flu, cage-free rule

Valley Voice 1/20

Even with eggs in short supply nationwide and prices climbing to new heights, it has not been enough to keep a 100-year-old egg farm from going out of business.

S.F. restaurants will now pay for parklets. How many are holding on to theirs?

San Francisco Chronicle 1/20

Despite new fees and added restrictions, the majority of San Francisco restaurateurs appear to be holding on to their dining parklets, filing renewal applications for their outdoor spaces ahead of a deadline earlier this week.

On the Side

Dine Downtown looks for clear skies for Sacramento restaurants to share dynamic dishes

The Sacramento Bee 1/20

Dine Downtown, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s annual promotion to generate revenue for restaurants around the city core, began last week and will run through Sunday.

What California Cuisine’s Past Tells Us About Its Future

Eater 1/19

In California, if you’re going to spend over $100 for two on a night out — maybe more like $200 these days — the experience must meet certain expectations. 

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