Los Angeles Daily News 11/22
Proposed ‘Fair Work Week’ ordinance aims to provide more predictable hours to retail employees.
A new Berkeley ordinance will require fast-food restaurants, hotels, retail chains and several other businesses to give their employees more predictable work schedules.
Matt Sutton, a senior vice president with the California Restaurant Association, told the council, “Restaurants need some time to get back on their feet and to move forward.”
Food Industry Policy
San Diego Union-Tribune 11/22
San Diego became the largest city in California to ban food trays, coolers and pool toys made of foam when the City Council approved long-delayed legislation in a 7-1 vote on Tuesday.
Restaurant Business 11/22
One of Capitol Hill’s top officials was slicing meats and making salads before he went into politics. And the incoming speaker of the House says he hasn’t forgotten that formative experience.
On the Side
Eater LA 11/22
Chinatown has long been going through a transformation as a result of gentrification, changing demographics, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restaurant Dive 11/21
As early as 2019, the Mexican chain saw promise in its digital pickup lanes, and now plans to include them in the bulk of its restaurant pipeline.