National Review 10/24
For Sanna Shere’s father, buying and running his first Southern California Burger King more than 30 years ago was his entryway to the American Dream.
Comstock’s Magazine 10/24
How does pay transparency work in a family business setting, and is it always necessary?
Food Industry Policy
When politicians or the media use the term “pork,” they refer to spending taxpayers’ money on projects that benefit a particular person or interest group.
TOP-SHELF COMMODITY: How rare and expensive liquor licenses are throttling parts of the restaurant scene
Sacramento Business Journal 10/22
It’s been years since ABC has issued a new Type 47 license in Placer County, which allows for the sale of beer, wine and distilled spirits at a restaurant.
On the Side
Sacramento Business Journal 10/23
Across the Sacramento area, several restaurants are in various stages of opening. Here’s the latest installment in our series of status updates.
This much is true: Production and consumption of meat is an environmental and ethical catastrophe. And we keep eating more of it, with enormous consequences.