The Fight for $15 — the nationwide labor movement that demands a minimum hourly wage of $15 for workers — officially began on Nov. 29, 2012, when hundreds of fast food workers in New York City walked off the job, demanding better wages and working conditions.
It’s the holiday season, yet Americans are feeling a little less generous.
Food Industry Policy
Capital & Main 11/23
It was standing room only in Mariachi Plaza on Sept. 30 as more than 200 street vendors wept and embraced each other while they celebrated the passage of SB 972 with music, dancers and food cooked by vendors from across Los Angeles.
Restaurant Dive 11/23
- The Small Business Administration will release roughly $83 million in unallocated Restaurant Revitalization Fund money as part of a plan developed by the SBA and Department of Justice, according to an SBA statement published Wednesday.
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 11/28
At a special dinner earlier this month, acclaimed chef Srijith Gopinathan served gnocchi with pine nuts, smoked kebabs and a Thai stir-fry with fragrant basil.
Sacramento Bee 11/26
Savvy eaters know that the brightest lights and glitziest buildings don’t always yield the tastiest food. In Sacramento, that often means heading south.