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The Daily Prep List 10.5.2022


Fast food is Southern California’s hot job

Orange County Register 10/4

A fast food hiring spree across Southern California has put overall restaurant employment near pre-pandemic strength.

Do Californians want state to become Sweden?

CalMatters 10/4

Last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom closed the books on the Legislature’s 2022 session by signing hundreds of bills.

Food Industry Policy

California’s New Law and EPR Around Plastics Breaks Boundaries

Waste 360 10/5

Producers of single-use plastic packaging and plastic single-use foodservice ware who do business in California must join a producer responsibility organization (PRO) by Jan. 1, 2024 to continue selling, importing, or distributing these materials in that state.

Can one state regulate hog production in another? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide

KCUR / NPR 10/4

Dwight Mogler’s hog operation near Lester in far northwest Iowa has long rows of narrow enclosures that separate some of the female pigs, called sows, from one another.

On the Side

Why Bay Area Michelin-starred restaurants are more expensive than ever

San Francisco Chronicle 10/5

When customers leave Plumed Horse, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the affluent South Bay city of Saratoga, there’s one thing chef-owner Peter Armellino always wants to hear: “‘That was expensive, but really that was worth it,’” he said.  

LA Food Vendors Who Lacked Permits Will Find Relief With California’s New Law

LAist 10/4

You cannot say L.A. and not think about street food in the same sentence.

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