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Fresh update on "food service industry" discussed on Balance of Power
"So much heretical Gupta for that report in the markets. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg money minute human stocks of falling led lower by his cell up in some of the biggest tech companies. Tesla is tumbling 8% while Apple and Amazon and down board than one person What the labor market is showing some signs of a rebound. Employers added 379,000 jobs in February and the unemployment rate declined to 6.2%. There was a rebound and leisure and hospitality jobs and employment in food service industry jumped by more than 280,000. Well, we can expect to pay more at the gas pump. OPEC members voted to continue to keep a tight rein on oil production, which is sending oil prices to spike above $65 a barrel. On Wall Street. The Dow is up 38 points. NASDAQ Falling 155 S and P 500 Down 11. Donna Wilson Bloomberg Radio. Why do hedge funds and other alternative managers rely on purging for highly personalized experience? Mark Aldo Roddy, a managing director.
"food service industry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Is that there isn't a strict the doctors call it and I'm not a doctor. The doctor's quality dose response. So it's not like you. It's safe to smoke one cigarette a week. It's not safe to smoke any cigarettes per week and what the surgeon general Observed in a report in the last couple of years is that's really the challenge because these so called social smokers who think Oh, I only smoke when I go out to the bars, or I only smoke when I go here or there or anywhere. They're putting themselves at risk. They have a very real health risk, even though they're just social smokers. Well, and now we've actually eliminated a lot of that because they can't socially smoke at bars. They can't socially smoke at restaurants. This temptation has been removed and you mentioned that that people who are in the food service industry are now less likely to smoke and less likely to have these diseases because they're not exposed to that second hand. And were there. You've told me this before, And I don't think we've mentioned it. Today They're less the food service industry workers are less likely to now start smoking because they're not exposed to it. That's correct. How many kids have gotten there? First Jabs, part time jobs in the food service industry tables are working the back bar or something. I worked in my dad's restaurant and And by he having those environments all be smoke free. There's less of a temptation for those kids who were in their first jabs and young people. I don't mean to say kids pejoratively but young people. Teenagers, early twenties, etcetera, last time less temptation. That's that's so great because and the other thing is, too. I've always thought during the winter. It's a great time to stop because now that you are focused on having to be outside to go smoke now you have to put on a coat. You have to get your mittens on. And you can't have your mittens on because you're holding a cigarette in your hat on you have to, but if you have to bundle to do a habit, it does not seem like something you want to do. It's cold here typically, and I I've always I've always wondered how close to quitting. The people are standing outside of bars smoking on a Saturday night. You hope, their clothes. I hope, their clothes and maybe we're going to get them a little bit closer. Joel affects joining me. We have got tons more to talk about. Hustle of the Hancock is coming up soon. It's right around the corner on Ben. We want to talk about some lung cancer statistics and all kinds of good stuff. Real effort. Respiratory Health Association metropolitan Chicago, Hannah Stanley here beyond Sports. ESPN. 1000 ESPN Chicago dot com..
"food service industry" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Funny because when I hear you talk about your resume. It's like wow, the fact that I. Really only know this guy as a sort of reality, TV host, but it's a lot of decades of stuff. I mean you just went across the Food Service Industry and did pretty much. Is there anything you didn't do like? Do you see any holes in that industry that you that you really didn't? do or we're in part of no I know every type of venue from concert venues, two outdoor arenas inside venues, fine dining restaurants, casual dining, fast food. I mean.
"food service industry" Discussed on The Current
"Yeah we we. I know that it's not only me. But a lot of people who work in restaurants and customer service and a lot of people who work in cleaning. They're giving like a good surveys but we need to ensure that people can rely on the hilty Things that the government the owners of the places are taking care like if for example. I go back to work and I start to feel like I'm getting sick or I can. I need to go back to self-isolation if I don't get like a lot of people. Basic days he goes you know that now we only have three days and what happened if we will need to go back home for fourteen days and I'm not receiving more the benefit for the government. So what's going to happen with all that Things that I need to have like for pay my rent for by like food or that's a lot to think about. I mean you really you really just juggling a lot of different things up in the air at the same time. Yeah he's like. I know that I'm not the only one this. Unfortunately there's like half a million people like have problems because maybe they're not Having like two four for the government and I feel like how can be like say in. How can we rely on that? We can go back to reopen when. You're not sure you're going to have like old this report to be safe on healthy money and it's it's a lot of things. I hope you get back to work soon and I hope it's safe. And in the meantime Caroliina thank you for talking to us. Okay thank you so much story is one that I think a lot of people will Will find familiar. Caroliina Lopez was working in the Food Service Industry in Toronto until she lost her job because of the pandemic were spending a good deal of time this morning talking about the state of our economy. And what's happening in this moment the? Cbc News is next and then more on the economic fallout of this pandemic. We'll talk about opening what that means and caroline point how to do it safely. I'm Ed Galloway and this is current parents. If you're looking for some screen free family fun will you're staying home check out the story store podcasts? From CBC kids and CBC podcasts. New Story Store shorties every week. These short original and hilarious stories fit anywhere in your day from breakfast to bedtime. The story store available on smart speakers. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Good Morning I'm Matt Galloway. You're listening to the current..
"food service industry" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"All right welcome back to black on the everybody. This layer one more. It's it's good to be back here. Been away for a while Well you know it's been crazy times and we've been trying to you know I've been trying to figure out how I WANNA do this. Show going forward and needed a little break. You know just to kind of gather and just kind of figure out the way four but first of all let me say. I hope everybody's doing well out there. Hope stain safe. I hope you're doing okay. There's so many issues to deal with people Losing their jobs not been able to make money out there. People losing their businesses people dealing mental health issues is a big thing right now as well as the virus itself on a personal note a friend of mine husband passed away from the from the virus and Man. It was very him very shocking. When something like that hits close to home and I'm speaking for a lot of people out there who've experienced this you know how it can seem in the abstract when you're watching it and you feel sorry for the people but when it hits home it is it is a little different you know so you know. My heart goes out to everybody dealing with this problem. Well with all of this. You know we're all dealing with it. I saw this story on the news. Nick Cordero's Who's The actor Bronwyn Star? His wife. Man. She's so fricking brave I think he's been on a ventilator and has to get his or had his leg amputated or get amputated. I'm not sure but I saw on the news. Nothing man. This woman is brave. I mean the way she her attitude is just amazing. She's handling all of that but This is we're going to be in a new normal coming up in part of dealing with this is part of the is something we're going to have to do for a while now but anyhow. I wanted to get back in the air to get back black in the air. I'm in my office again at home so it may sound a little echoey near. Bolger is for that David Chang is on our show. Today we had a really good talk a little while ago and Restauranter famous chef his Mama Fu restaurants noodle bars in Manhattan and around the world and ugly delicious. You've seen him a net flicks his milk bar to all of that stuff. So we're going to talk about the restaurant business a little bit. How he's faring. Food Service Industry and all that kind of stuff man. He really has some some interesting thoughts on that so I was really looking forward to have on the shows and those really cool conversation but Anyhow so we are in a different. We aren't interesting situation. Now we've been dealing with the virus for a while we've been in kind of a sheltering in place. For how long has it been? Maybe a month longer six weeks. It's hard to know man. I've lost all track of time. It's very bizarre. Those of my time is spent with buster with my Doug Me and my son you know. We're chasing him around most of the time. My son is staying with me and he's doing well he's he's able to take classes online and everything. My daughter's staying with her with her mom and she's about to graduate from college right now. And you know wasn't able to have her graduation all the kind of stuff but she's been dealing with the pretty good she's Just finished her her thesis. Some real proud of row proud of you. Learn so yeah. So that's what we've been doing here and I realized right now at this point. I believe that we are truly in when I will call a both sides situation. We are both in and it's funny that the both sides are kind of most. Let me say this. Most people hate both sides. The heat that type of argument. This is not about the size type of argument all lives. Don't matter we're talking about black lives matter and I get it. I get it most of the Times. That is a valid argument but we were truly any build side situation right now here the both sides we are in a situation where they primary concern is the public health right. And how do we mitigate right now has been primary concern? How do we make sure that our hospitals don't get overwhelmed? There were smart about you know. There's so many things that we don't know about this virus that were smart as we possibly can about the possible ways to transmit sheltering in place isolating and all that stuff. Different cities have been taking different approaches to it and that has been our main concern properly so but now we're getting into a phase where cities are starting to loosen the restrictions in. We're going to have to get into a new way of living and some people are just looking at it as a reopening thing but I really. Don't you know I look at it as going to have to adjust to a new normal and this is also a very important piece right now. How are we going to get things back open? So people can get hopefully back into their jobs that they've lost or maybe get into new jobs. Economy can start going again and not just the economy going again but people can have means to make a living you know and part of this is not just reopening like I said but understanding how we're going to operate within the next year year and a half under a new normal. Both of these things are true right now in. Both these things are very very important. I don't pit them against each other. They're both important arguments. But it just really gets me when I see this being pitted against each other like like when people won't say how. How can you say we have to reopen when people are going to die and the other pirates? We're GONNA die if we don't reopening going against each other. This is the most ridiculous argument. That's going on out there and part of it. I think is fueled by some of these. I think reckless Governors or people who are just recklessly reopening things without seeming to have real plans about it and I blame a lot of this on the president by the way because I think the president has been so shameless in not having a clear direction for the country. He's only been reactive childlike childish. Imbo st and all these things has not come out with real leadership and even if the plans change at least to have certain guidance and true leadership. It's been the least amount possible in terms of guidance. So you know. Some of these states have different needs as they should. But the energy around this reopening as if they're some liberal conspiracy to crash the economy to keep people out of work because liberals want everybody to be on the government Dole or whatever which is ridiculous because that system will be unsustainable if we get this the way it is it will be unsustainable to try to have the government. Take care of this. The people who are concerned about this of course are concerned about the number of people that are dying by this virus. Because there's so much we don't know about it just the way that attacks the body the way that it hides out so I blame a lot of that energy. Both on the recklessness of some of these governors but also in the recklessness of outlets like Fox News where they're the ones that start with that type of conspiracy theory that somehow the leftist media in the leftist energy out. There wants to give you false information in. Doesn't want you to know the true story like they don't want you to know about hydroxy chloroquine and all that kind of stuff which is so fucking ridiculous. I'm so fucking fed up with Fox News right now. I mean I have been for a long time. But the poison that they put in people's minds about these conspiracy theories and how people how left is unpatriotic in the working you know to to undermine American all the stuff is so ridiculous and you know I don't believe in conspiracy theories they're very few there are so my whole of you know I say okay. Something happened there and I grant you but for the most part. They're ridiculous and the way that they they poison so many people's minds about wanting to believe in these conspiracy theories about how the left wants to road America is just so poisonous and it's really I think and abetting in people dying right now. Let me put it this way with the stupid president of the United States is is a waxing about injecting disinfectants into your body as a possible solution. Something which is so ridiculous. I mean I can't think of anybody at any age. Who would think that was possible? I can't imagine a five-year-old considering that as a possibility I mean it is one of the most stupid things I've ever seen and I know a lot of people have covered this and everything. But here's the other thing is the fact that the people who were drinking all of that kool-aid might think that the president is right. And that somehow information is being kept from US. Our disinfect into our body. The way to go. I don't know we can't trust the leftist media if they're saying that the president is wrong about that and maybe he's right. This is what we're up against right now. I mean how insane is that it drives me fucking crazy. President trump basically in my mind. He has just been a global embarrassment. A global embarrassment. When you think about presidencies and you know I like looking at the histories of presidencies and all that kind of stuff you know. And how presidents Braxton certain times and usually craigslist usually tell you who the president really is you know a really reveals character and man. Here's what's interesting about trump. We didn't need. The guy says to reveal his character. We already knew it. This crisis confirm his character. The level to which this emperor is naked is astounding to me and it's not even the emperor's naked is not even true now div for trump because not only is trump naked trump turns it around in the emperor's naked. All that emperor did was. He was in a bubble letting them going into your inner but that ever he was in a bubble and no one wanted to tell him that he was actually naked. When they you know you don't saying he was wearing all these things and the kids said he's naked but trump. It's not even an innocent bubble. Trump actually turns around and accuses. Other people being naked did this is what's crazy about. He's not content to just be in a bubble and have his sync offense telling him he leads beautiful. He's got to turn it around and say that everyone else is naked. Like it to me. It feels like in the way that he projects his own corrupt ideology unto the world. As if that's how the world thinks we're actually how he thinks and how his system is built. It's almost like instinctively. His fat body like on a cellular level is trying to reject all that corrosive orangeade coursing through its ecosystem. It has to project that unto the world in order to feel safe or normal or something you know if I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt of being a corrupt as home but he's just been an embarrassment and you know and the level to which the people around him and the level to which he needs to be right about things and try to feel like he's being an expert so fucking embarrassing. It's embarrassing it's so embarrassing. In the way that he demands that the people kiss up to him in a global pandemic. You guys this is. What's insane about it? It's magnified so many times now. This type of behavior like fact that Mike Pence because trump doesn't like people wearing masks goes.
Coronavirus breaks the food supply chain
"You now to that warning from the C. E. O. of Tyson foods tonight he says the U. S. food supply chain is breaking because so many workers to process meat have corona virus and farmers say their crops meant for schools and restaurants are rotting this comes at the same time that food banks are running low and lines are long CBS is memorable Perkins reports it's because of a lack of a federal plan to distribute the food one Florida farmer Sam a curse you saw demand from the food service industry plummet he did what he could with the tomatoes that were ripe for harvesting so we've just been given them away what we can but we just simply have too much people could be living off of what we have to throw away the result millions of pounds of Florida tomatoes and squash or left to rot the cruel irony is all of this is happening while Americans wait in long lines for food donations one hundred twenty thousand people over the San Antonio food bank it is criminal it's a shame that food should never go to waste farmers and food banks had pleaded with the U. S. department of agriculture to connect the over supply with the growing need Florida's agriculture commissioner said she'd ask for help for nearly a month but the department didn't announce a plan until ten days ago and until the federal program catches up some farmers say they will still have to euthanize livestock and chickens we reached out to the U. S. T. A. which said it's working as quickly as possible and plans to start purchasing food for distribution over the next week but given the current disruptions one expert we spoke with warned that some grocery stores could start to see meet shortages by the end of
"food service industry" Discussed on Doughboys
"Get the dough. Boys Double Our weekly bonus. Episode joined the Golden or Platinum Plate Club at patriotair dot com slash boys. Just so everyone. Who's listening out? There knows because this is our first full episode back sense the quarantine began. We're going to continue putting out dope. Boys don't boys double every Tuesday and irregular doboy episode every Thursday. There's GONNA keep coming. There'll be a little different than normal. It'll be recorded like this but we're going to keep putting out that content for you so that will be in your ears. Michael Cassidy Paul Rest. Don't stop her will die. Anything guys would like to plug Just go we're at at. Don't stop or we'll die on instagram. I don't know what can we say we're we're we have all the time. Yeah and our latest It was like a five song. Ep called diamond skies over Western dreams. And it's fun funny music. Check it. How yeah find us on spotify and then Hell Yeah Hell. Hell fight us in the hell in a few moments and thanks also for making three of my last ten meals. Mcdonald's Vinyl Yeah I WANNA say why. I wanted to congratulate all the participants in the tournament and all of our guests. That have been on to help us through this. I want to say that this didn't end exactly how we had planned. We had planned on actually going to the original McDonald's because of everything that's going on we couldn't do that. Obviously but also McDonald should pay. Its employees sick leave. It's something that we didn't talk about. That's kind of problematic on their end. Yeah I mentioned it in the in the intro. But you're right to bring it up again. Seventy eight percent of McDonald's workers have no paid sick leave a which is despicable. It is a number that's on par for the remainder of the Food Service Industry. But it is. It is something that it comes down to these corporations suck. And that's the challenge of doing this. Podcast is that of course. This is a celebration of McDonalds McDonalds. A Corporation fucking sucks. Their whole board can get fucked. I don't like they're all fucking awful people however it's the workers who make the company what it is and so anyone who works for McDonald's anyone who is a is in the kitchen back of the house and he won. Who's their work in the cashier? Anyone who's doing deliveries working anywhere in the supply chain for McDonald's restaurants. Thank you guys. As always for your. That's that's what I was just about to say yesterday when I went to get the food there. I think the guy at the window helped me out with the order. That's and that's been kind of cool to see people helping in these weird circumstances but also I wanted to say thank you to all the listeners into safe and even though this didn't end exactly how we had anticipated it ended with us. Having two of the funniest people come on and guess with us. So thank you guys for being. There's no one we'd rather have we. We're start we. We planned out the whole month at the stop in terms of who? We'd WANNA book for the Shell. We got every one we wanted. And you guys. We always wonder if we're we're so happy that you guys joined us to carry and God bless you lettering and i. It's so awesome. Wait wait so earlier. Thank you so much. Yeah thank you. Thank you guys and go. Do Boys Boys Wow we. We don't have to say when when you were like. Oh we sell. That's the problem. We celebrate these things but they're corporations and they fucking suck you know. I love always. That can't be bought. You guys have never. That's awesome but it reminded me When we started the thing we were going to insert the jingle and edited in later Wagner was like okay so just pretend that we put in the jingle or the song here and when it started. I was like okay. I guess we're GONNA to have to pretend that we just heard it. And then why made a whole joke about how we were voted? It wasn't really. We did hear it. And I just got say guys the DOE boys are all about integrity keeping it real. I love it we love. We Love You guys and we love you guys. Two of the earth we thank you for being a part of this episode and being part of the boys expanded universe and all the ways that you that you both value and Hey that'll stay safe. Go ahead I was just going to sign up but yeah you say stay safe and hey that'll do it for this episode of next time for the Spoon Man Mike Mitchell. I'm Nick Wider Happy Eaten squish sources. For this week's intro are available. The episode description. That was a hit gum podcast..
Food Safety and Sanitation
"Just keeping people engaged Try and keep your mind engage. We hope people still try and get that workout in at home. Try and eat healthy even though you might WanNa go to the comfort food. And that's why Debbie is here to tell you no don't go for that can't go for the fruits and vegetables But also how to prepare this stuff. So let's jump into it here. In general what do we need to keep in mind regarding just food and illness in general and maybe specifically with this cove in nineteen virus Well there are thinking about your food that they're way more health benefits than there are possible. Risks Associated with consuming. What's available in the stores now? If you think of good helpful quality food that can keep your immune system running optimally because it gives you you know proteins vitamins minerals probiotics by chemicals and those bolster a good defense to infection. I mean specifically you need to try and get vitamins. A the bullet acid. That's B. Vitamin PLUS THE MINERALS IRON SELENIUM ZINC. They're all involved in maintaining a robust commune system. I'd say supplements are a little bit different because I want to focus on food But right now there is kind of this big. You might see some things across the Internet promoting anything to treat or prevent The current cove in nineteen virus. The council for responsible nutrition just as Avoid those because they're they're just not and report him to the FBI. Their money grabs right. Just Yeah Yeah. Yeah absolutely right. Yeah well okay. So That's interesting. So what kind of mostly focused on gets the foods But I with the foods. What kind of foods are going to get you those vitamins? Well anything that you can get fresh produce right now is is wonderful if you look at So dark green leafy you're citrus for vitamin C. You've got your Iron from red meat and dried beans dried fruit Selenium Zinc those are mineral if you can also get from whole grains legumes Vitamin The little tougher There are some mushrooms if they've been exposed to You'd be light and Vitamin E. Get FROM NUTS OF VITAMIN? A precursor Beta carotene. You can get from orange prison and vegetables like butternut squash apricot. Oh of so things that are. Orange are the color orange not just oranges. Literally the that is the root word of if you think of Karachi annoyed and so carol carrot or have the same car you know so. Corrupt Noise are Beta Carotene. And that's great. I love that you mentioned legumes again. I think it's my favorite word and being it's a bean right to type of being Likud. Yeah good also umbrella peanut because technically yeah. I know I call them too. But they're technically elegant though nearly oh very interesting all right that that's an interesting little fun. Fact okay. So yeah so great. Okay so that's kind of where you can get some of those vitamins that you're looking for now and you know we are just talking before we went on the show that it's actually surprising in southern California. There's actually a good amount of fresh fruit and vegetables available like in the Gore stores. I was really surprised. I mean every shelf has cleaned out especially frozen food. But there's I found blueberries blackberries. Think you found you said you found some strawberries and bananas at the store. So it's very possible to get fresh fruit right now. If you go and items that were left you have to get a little creative. Maybe there's a Kohlrabi what do I do with that or you know like okay. There's been turnip but I'm going to basically learn what these are this point. Now it'd be like okay. I guess turn up. I'm going to find out if I like it Okay here's something that's big. I think people might be wondering as well. That may be eat a lot. Should they stop eating out at this point as far? I just WANNA say as far so to today happens to be the day that record and it's march eighteenth so other yesterday the Centers for Disease Control that there is currently no evidence to support transmission of the curve in nineteen virus associated with booth and A. Usda is not aware of any report of any illnesses about food or food packaging so Keeping that in mind that it's not spread through food so restaurants Grocery Deli counters delivery services. There's still taking measures to prevent any kind of Possible If they had a you know an ill Food Service Food Service worker and limiting contact between them and any food being prepared and an consumer like. They always do okay. They always had those kinds of systems in place. I would say that that right now. You Know I. It was a week ago. My kids wanted to go to a very well known buffet style restaurant and I passed that right now but and and those have shut down temporarily and many of my area restaurants there providing mobile ordering and certified pickup service so that contact is limited. And I think that's really good but what people may not be aware of. Is that in the food service industry. In restaurants. There are strict health codes and regulations that restaurants. Follow all the time like and that you might see in the window down the win a right. So they're yeah. They're always trying to address all right now. And that's interesting that there's like the curbside delivery and or or just delivery general and. I think that's kind of important even for how you know. Our economy like to keep some of these smaller food restaurants in business. Like if you do WANNA eat out. Patronize those people and do the curbside delivery. You don't have to go in and in many cases you can't go in now but this is obviously going to affect our economy with a lot of people Being out of work for a while. Anyway you can support. Don't Cook at home so you know. That's a reasonable option as of now as of today At least you know Information I get like from Harvard Health. That says That it's really really unlikely. And the exception to the role Than would be spread through food but it's also wise to discomfiture. Maybe having hot food so things that can be killed rather than going for uncooked food like salad sandwiches right now right. Yeah that makes sense that makes sense now. Is there when it comes to you? Know maybe going grocery shopping is canned food or frozen food safer than fresh right now. Would you say I wouldn't think so? Currently there's like I said there's no evidence of food or packaging being associated with transmission. Oh the the other. I'm GONNA say the other term for this Viruses the stars Kobe. To so in case I I mentioned that instead of my nose. Cova nineteen virus. But that's just another name for it anyway If it can survive on surfaces and objects like other viruses have. I mean every time you come home from the grocery store I always wipe down the top of you know my canned goods. There's Dutton stuff anyway and I wash all my fruits and vegetables. You WanNa do that anyway. It was just. It was just last week that the or this past week that the National Institute of Health Shared Research. The virus can laugh a twenty four hours on cardboard and like two or three days on plastic and seamless steel. So it's a surface. It can be disinfected just like those white And i do that when i bring my stuff. Out of the trunk now And then did you hear that thing. That was my phone. No no that's okay. That's right mean we're going to deal with that stuff. I have a toddler upstairs. That does not want to go down for a NAP right now. So it's all good up my groceries down when I bring them in from my trunk at least packages and the Bacher and stuff like that right now and all the time. Fresh fruit needs to be handled with appropriate hygiene. And always. So if you're doing pressure item Then choose things at this time. You know that. Have minimal handling like a whole apple. A BAG OF BREAD. A whole chicken that you're gonNA roast instead of the things that have. Had you know a lot of preparation into them like a Kim thousand sandwich or those things have already been okay? You know multiple ingredients chopping cut different surfaces and hands. And you know okay okay go for the basic raw ingredients okay and is it and you mentioned kind of washing when you get home you wash your food so is that that's like something critical to keep up at this point. Wash your food that is washable. And then when they cook everything. Fruits and vegetables definitely There are some that you can wash ahead of time as long as they dry but things that hold moisture like berries or mushrooms but you only want to wash those right before you use them so they don't right there and get you know molding and funny So I'm sorry Then what you do need to cook well as always Things that are generally perishable like you know meats and eggs and those things you need to cook to an internal temperature of one hundred and sixty five Fahrenheit just on average. I know some of the ranges. Oh one forty-five to you know when sixty and then of course you need to boil pasta bake potatoes those kinds of things that have to be cooked to be out all right like basically at this point in time like don't start getting interesting with like how you're going to consume a potatoes take a giant bite out of it like maybe cook it. I like. That's probably common sense approaches of how you normally do it but maybe just make sure you on that one. Wash your hands really. Well make sure your surfaces are cleaned then scrub your potato under cold running water and then you can cut chopping and prepare it. You're
"food service industry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Zero one so when you know this morning we were talking here work about some of the A. M. the effects of the virus that that a lot of people aren't thinking of Andrew said you know Hey you've got a daughter that's a senior this year and and I noticed that you know her graduation ceremonies canceled her you know all of these things things that are going on we've got a guy here work that's supposed to get married in four weeks going on a honeymoon I mean all of these things there's impacts that just go go way deeper disruptions and distortions and we we actually created a Facebook group so we have a Facebook page you can go to our Facebook group it's called financial enhancement group financial tidbits and if you go to that I've recorded over an hour now here's what we think is going on in the market and the economy not normal stuff that we talk about here on the radio some of the people in the audience were our families that we take care of some people were knew that are friends of ours but that was one of the questions that was actually posed by my daughter that A. and she's bringing up right now and can ask in the thing you know what do you tell a a college senior right now yeah and I said she's come a long way baby and she texted me because she didn't know that was an expression people that know that well yeah I mean because we've got those kind of things going on I mean that are just disappointing but then we've got other things going on that can be life changing we've got servers at restaurants that may be living paycheck to paycheck probably aren't living probably I would I certainly was back at that stage of my life me too when I was working at McDonald's on Wednesday and when Wednesday Windies you know it's I mean that I I get that and I I put out in a release today that a that this the food service industry may be changed forever because those people are gonna have to find something to do most US restaurants do not have the cash flow to be able to pay people to stay home and we're gonna talk about in segment one some of the stimulus and some of the other things that are being offered right now short term anyway Hey if you got a question or comment and if you're out there in your challenge and your suffering we get it we get it totally without that I I've this is a this is a very weird time and please remember part of the challenge with the market is the speed with which it dropped today is no different as I record this the the markets off another two thousand points so far right now and we're we're not near closing yet so your question or comment you can call in G. at eight hundred nine two eight four zero zero one we reduce financial regrets we do that by taking care of families who don't want to worry about their money I think everybody's worried.
Fund established to help North Shore food service workers impacted by COVID-19 closures in Massachusetts
"A north shore organization has started an emergency fund to raise money for restaurant workers impacted by coronavirus closings dandan auto with the group behind you spoke with WBZ's Carl Stevens behind you is an organization that seeks to help food service employees in times of crisis previously we had helped folks who were out of work for up to four weeks due to an unforeseen illness or injury however in recent days with a corona virus we have pivoted and are trying to raise emergency funds and disperse those funds as quickly as we can to anybody in the food service industry who is out of work and how are you doing that we have used Facebook Instagram we've used email and we've used our network of restaurants to try to get the word out in order to raise funds and we're matching at least the first twenty thousand dollars that we can raise from our own accounts that's pretty substantial commitment can you talk about the need out there right now I mean they need is is great I I don't think that we've ever seen anything like this in in this industry but with the recent order to close restaurants at just about everybody is out of work it may be deceiving to some folks who see that restaurants are open doing delivery and doing take out but they are largely running with skeleton crews mostly made up of in most cases management you've been in this space for several years and you know the individuals who you're talking about those who work in restaurants for not making a lot of money and there's not a lot of financial wiggle room I wonder if you could talk about that average person working in the average restaurant while the sudden doesn't have any jobs sure I mean these these people are living paycheck to paycheck when they are quote unquote fully employed so when they lose that that paycheck that they're getting whether that's salary or are mostly tip based there is no safety net for them they may be able to apply for unemployment in some cases but that's not going to fully replace the income they had and it's not going to show up for a while so these folks need to feed themselves their kids they need to pay rents and I you know I can only imagine that some people are going to have some increased medical costs very soon let me ask you finally if people want to help out what should they do we do have a Facebook fundraiser seek and to check our Facebook page behind you ink or you can go to our website which is behind you in cats I. N. C.
How Dave Thomas Built Wendy's
"In one thousand nine hundred eighty two rex. David Thomas was born to an unwed. Mother who gave him up for adoption would be raised in poverty by his adoptive father and grandmother and the boy who went by Dave began working in the food service industry at the tender age of twelve after serving the Korean War. As a cook and Mess Sergeant Thomas Partner with a different sort of military man. Colonel Sanders himself. In helping to expand the Kentucky Fried Chicken Franchise in the Midwest and among Dave Thomas's suggestions to the white suited in White Bread. Bert Baron was to appear in. Kfc's advertising his own mascot advice. That Thomas would later take himself after founding the Square Patty Burger chain. He named after his beloved daughter. As CEO of Wendy's Thomas would appear in hundreds of TV ads becoming a household name as a friendly. Grandpa with effortless. Homespun charisma like a bizarro. Papa John and as opposed to brothers Dick and Mac McDonald who had their chain legally pilfered by sinister franchising kingpin. Ray KROC Thomas Retain Day to day. Control the chain. He founded up until his
"food service industry" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast
"Instead allows you to order in a in a in an anatomy way like everybody else. Have you used these. I've never used it. I think it's good for probably younger people. So I- teenagers who you like said don't speak about algae restaurant so I think for young person probably Milwaukee smartphones savvy would probably use me me. I much prefer to speak in someone directly are they kind of you get to assemble. You do feel like I don't think there's no some I'm GONNA go out a way to download load out the minute. Maybe it's about trust and risk again if you rely on an APP you're absolutely completely relying on all the back end side. Take the person whose input Information Schumer era for my experience of using them quite often it will. It will appear that. I can't have anything because of the way it's filled in but if you say that bill so no. I can't have the steak because it Scott saw spy can have two thousand dollars for the APP. Tell me that you'll must need every element of the meal. The Mash sit in the mash. What's in the cauliflower? Sit canape you can have nothing. You still like Dan says you need to have a conversation on those short George about the upside and many of them about. Ub shelves me like you. Sport my out. But I'm a bit like I will never support me. I don't use myself one of those one of the once. We have to sign a disclaimer before we were allowed to say anything so I'm very devious about absent minded positive I'm all about postive but it's no take the maidment. They just need a couple of years to sort of what the didn't really human but then he did have kids at my stroke. When you were shopping it can give you all the things that you need but discounting on a barcode and that is very? Oh today that's been written by consultants. They truly get the difficulty so just totally through what that does. I'm not familiar with my strife. If my straight you set up your profile it's been created by pediatric consultants Dietitians Dietitians within the algae arena. And you can go into supermarkets discount anything and tell you according to your price to your the one in control whether it's safer. Yeah I wanted to know who we we think he's really good. Who is an I might start with? Callum actually wear. Your favorite restaurant is so why you like it so much. I'M GONNA go with Pete to express on my favorites too short. So why do you like Pizza Express can do stay safe.
"food service industry" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast
"We're talking chocolate. Cake sweets like any old would say jelly. Please say Jelly in. What was it like for you? So you don't have allergies. Take it actually. I do as I found out for myself three years ago when I hired anaphylactic response to antihistamine of all things. The very thing that's meant to make you pay nearly took me so yes so to. Do you have a couple of allergies myself now but yeah. He keeps on our toes. I've had to go back to basics when it comes. I'm still learning to cook so everything you can possibly imagine. I was unable to take anything for him when he was first diagnosed. He stopped breathing on me. Eight weeks old when I was breastfeeding him so it was actually reacting severely things coming through my breast milk and then came three very severe allergic responses that we almost lost in on each occasion and then he was finally diagnosed at sixteen months but he was so badly coveted exponentially they do the skin prick test on the arms today right the number then pet these solution and then score it and see if that's response there but he was say covered an expert. They actually had to do on his back so I have to physically hold him to me while they the various different things they need to fax try and to find out what was going on and at that point we found out it was the twenty eight and then my husband said what are we gonNA do. Feed 'em Aaron Mortar. which point I said give me a month? Let me figure it out and I was one of those people was in the aisle cursing in every single supermarket. Trying to find something safe. I started with that. Let's write down all the things the ICON D. and actually it turns out being easier all the things that I could do because that wasn't that much eight years ago but now things getting much better. There's an awful lot more that we can do and and things to progress so much. There's so much you can do in terms of by reportedly with all the different things we can cook last night. She did the most amazing cake for us is she was texting me and this is going to be safe. Calvin I was really pleased because I actually yes it really is. This is amazing. And it's not what's bad as Sino. How does it make you when people put in like last night to make a cake the sun so the first time it happened I actually burst into tears because his column said pretty much every single party he got his T? He's not able to eat the food that I turned expect people to be able to case for him. That's a problem and asked to have to deal with it. I don't expect people to be having to do that. And the extra stress on them. That's for us today and they need more often than not. We'll go to policy and I will reprobate whatever there is that people making find out an advance make sure he has an almost identical kit so when friends went to a laser quest party wasn't a month today and the MOM said to me I've managed to get hold of one of their boxes G. You want to make his food. Hand me the food before we get that and then we take it out so it looks the same as everybody else. Well that's column meant the world because he didn't look any different. It was all inclusive. It was safe life for him and he looked the same as everybody else. And that's so important when your child from a mental perspective knowing that you're say different already has done touched on before and to be able to search you can still do everything. It isn't GonNa impact me in a negative way and I will continue doing what every other child dose as well means. The world is an experienced in the. You had growing up with all of your allergies that you wanted to be like everybody else. Yeah my mom did what you did always Pratt. Food's always had something in separate she used to cold say using a supply and then make what they had but for me which I never felt like I was off then but in school always separate table if they were doing cooking lessons anything like that even if I was able to eat they didn't when I take the risk and that was that was hard for me. I think this is an area of allergies. That really concerns. Me Is the stigma that guess associated with it and the rejection. You get all actually the bullying. That happens as well done. You've got experience of this. What I got? Donald analogy ten fifteen years ago. It wasn't really that dot com in and skills. I was like the only kid I never really experienced. Boy and I know very common now. Kids are kind of got social media social engage- as now maybe why eleven twelve was. When I was in school? Social media wasn't really social thing so I think now probably does happen. Allergies wasn't based the news about them whereas now our our concern in the forefront of the news so kids now probably will. Where are we speaking about that? You can make hyman and feed. You compare taking things out what happens when you go to restaurants how how I can I can send the change of okay okay. So let's let's put a pin more is the best thing the restaurants could change to make your lives easier being truthful Yeah the needs to be truthful. Say that they can actually do something they need to deliver. What they're saying so cross contamination? If they truly understand you need to action. You're you're saying it's no good coming out and saying Oh sorry forgot. You couldn't have the cheese this grace it into your Your Taito take it out back. Scrape awful cheese give it same title bacteria which happened to us before and I've had to pull out an EPI pen and go. Well you're GONNA cool nine nine nine then because that's what's going to happen go into it properly and it does. Let's make a huge difference. You have to go through a bit of the threat and a bit of St yet. When I've had to do that with a key and I worked with a lot of restaurants now a lot of them a fantastic? Absolutely talk to the guys. I work with their phenomenal but there are still a lot that are wanting this difficult situation. What still needs to be done? So why restaurants a few weeks back saying restaurant start that dialogue with the customer to ask. If anyone does have allergies on the table. You'd be surprised at the mountains restaurants. Don't ask the simple question. Is everyone out of allergies when the do really juices Zay with the customer with the OJ. So I think just like really simple things. Asking anyone's got allergies. Thank give them the option. Like which wants pizza the head chef or you hop speaking to the head chef by giving that customer the option I feel like you really reduces enzyme when someone gives you options. There's been times where I felt multiple speaking to the head. Chef when you speak to head chef kinda juices Zayed and then he kinda you understand whether they're gonna you say you always you always go with what you feel in as well so if you feel. I don't think that Russian seriously all the algae menu just won't eat that all defined as well. I don't know if you've had setting we've had the work I do. There are a lot chefs blessed mood in the best that they can do but we have everyone in the industry that when paltrow effect. So you have some fatty diet that comes on. It's an icon in between this time and that time so they're in the restaurant. Why can't have that gluten free? All the dairy free option please. The chef goes to the trouble of doing it. They go through the starter and the maintenance so blatant and dairy free and the does that. We'll pass. ooh That's nice someone somewhere that we can't have that is go on a diet doesn't matter I can have a but anyway that's done damage. I think to with allergies people. Who are pseudo allergic? allegic exactly is that trust in. You do see this in restaurants. Were you talk to the waitress. I've got analogy and immediate. You see the balloon after the ads saying now you haven't you just fighting and you end up with is six cents which has to save your life. Yeah and it does kick in. I'm sure everyone will say there. Is that gut instinct kicks in and you got your. I'm convinced about this until stopping on a few occasions I went to a the peace peace and one on sort of an allergy. So you didn't have an Algebra new. My was blowing out with like such big chain restaurants scattered around wounded knowledge menu for all the different dishes and then she saw Well I can speak to the head chef from the way she said it you kind of got an offer. She's not taking me allergies Sisley on you know what I'm going to be a US. Sean and she's a lot you won't tell you have to be I think if someone's going to take your life seriously you late. She put Newark in someone else's essentially so you you've always got go. You go view and if you feel about not going to say either husband had that as well so back at the beginning of the everyone knows he follows me how much this blew up on twitter but he walked into a restaurant and asked is to say the same many eight and they said No. You have to sign this first before you're allowed to see it and it was a disclaimer saying that they were not going to be and this is a national chain. We are not going to be held responsible. If something in happens you have to sign this before we leave and let you see them any. I can see recent NASCAR Tim. She's been going back to something. Somebody said earlier one thing that I find works really well with restaurants and when they completely turned it round quite serious allergies. I I completely you get it when chefs. Don't feel happy feeding man. I would much rather someone said no but when they turn it around and say okay what do you like what would you like and when I feel the most safe is qualified when a nine everywhere can do this. But they'll do something that's just a little bit different so that everybody knows staff that serving giving me me and the sheriff does this person that has a special diet is having something different. And it's more about looking at what I can have. The menu might not be great. But can we do something else that makes you feel really safe from from my perspective as someone who doesn't live with allergies and if you're a food establishment and you the food and you have a kitchen and you have shut who's trained. Why is it not? Why is it so difficult to come up with something which which people can eat in the attend understand? Just don't understand affect fresh. They can do it go. That's what we did we kind of. We sold the things that he can have as opposed to the things. He can't Cook Chill as nothing that you can do. Because it's pre prepared and there's it's nothing on site that they can go on any single so they are just quite often very manic. Very I have worked in a kitchen. It's noise very nice. Quiet civilized iced easy environment where you have complete control over. What is happening to each dish? I do this should not. If it's a taste and people are eating in it then they should be aware of this situation and she she should have protocol in death trap and go to knives that occur relating. It's a different allergens. The the main issue is kind of the high street restaurants. Sometimes if you pay more money and say to go to a restaurant is is going to be cost like fake. You're going to get that experience. And the most Seattle agreed with that. Some of the really small independence. They do really good jump as well. The ones that are kind of not always come to everybody else vaco often beyond. Yes what about you lindy where you found some really good experience to actually you you blow about the places that you ain't. Yeah I think as I've started my blog I've looked more into the restaurants and I've kind of looked at the allergy memories which weren't around around when I was a kid and I've discovered that the places I have been eating H- I have allergies to them or like a burger the button. We'll be may contain sesame and antitoxin successively. But I've been eating at my whole life but now I know I don't eat there anymore. I don't trust people enough tonight because I'm looking into it. I don't trust myself to know what's careful to know what's good for me so right now my list is really. ABC's home that contain..
"food service industry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Wine? If the actual service is the exact same, regardless of how much the bottle of wine cost. Now, I don't buy that. But that was the argument here that you can separate out the alcohol as well. Again. I think if you're going to all these extrordinary efforts to figure out how to save money on tipping. You're not quite in the spirit of this thing. But you tell me eight six thirty WMA LS with Michael I sixty six Michael, you're are you in the food service industry? Michael, no, I've ever worked as a server that got tips that my wife has a lot of friends that back in college many years ago, did as you were talking about this I- cynical side started thinking wondering if the people that are anybody that would be out there suggesting we. That we cut the wages of servers by reducing our tip and trying to nNcholas Dina. Are they the same people that demand we should have a minimum wage right or that complain about WalMart mistreating, their employees in all any CEO or corporation that, you know, visit tried to pay as little as they can are they the same ones complaining about that. I don't know maybe this will be to have a minimum wage for tipping law that requires when you go out and eat. I'm a minimum. Minimum tip. I wouldn't be for that either. But I do know that raising the minimum wage extraordinary amounts actually, ends up hurting people in the food service industry and their tips are not going to be as big and they live off their tips. I mean, Michael really when you get into that part of the business. It's the tips that really pay your bills, right? Right. Yeah. When you're when you're a server. Yeah..
Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them grows
"To sip from starbucks new straws cop i'm corwin hake with the coffee chain's global transition voters in marysville are being asked to boost their sales tax i'm frank lenzi without that extra money would be spent let's check your drive this early monday morning our aaa traffic update with kierra jordan well we don't have any crashes or stalls reported to kick off the six o'clock hour but slow going northbound i five from highway sixteen to the tacoma dome and there were also finding off and on slowing between highway eighteen and kent des moines road heading in the southbound direction that's going to be busy on southbound i five between the boeing freeway and one hundred twenty eight you're finding some more delays as your protein alderwood area after that the drive from lynnwood to seattle that's take you about twenty minutes right now now we're finding some slowing on eastbound five twelve is you're pushing the fairgrounds in puyallup no big surprise there and then we have pockets of slowing on northbound one six seven around sumner into pacific again around highway eighteen and then as you're making your way from one hundred and eightieth to four zero five northbound four zero five now finding a lot of often on slowing as you work your way between talbot and northeast forty fourth state route one six two still seeing the slowing in sumner as you make your way between pioneer and highway four ten and in snohomish southbound highway nine that's already filled in from bickford to airport way next traffic at six fourteen your seth wayne with the forecast welcome back to a new work league after a holiday week last week were all on for comfortable day today mid seventies is the clouds continue to increase is an area of low pressure comes on shore it's going to give us to about seventy five on tuesday mostly sunny on wednesday and the warmth really starts to crank up by the end of the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center seatac airport fifty eight degrees right now komo news time six oh six seattle will be among the first cities to see starbucks new sippy cup has the coffee chain vows to eliminate plastic straws from all stores by twenty twenty komo's corwin hake is here to tell us more starbucks today is unveiling pictures of a new straw lists lid expected to debut this fall in seattle and vancouver bc stores with it's raised spouted one end the lid has drawn comparisons to a child sippy cup but this innovation is far from childish it's part of starbucks announced effort to rid all of its stores worldwide of those ocean choking plastic straws kate melges is with greenpeace really really exciting and a great step in the right direction and we're excited to see companies that are based here in seattle like starbucks and costco follow this example and start reducing their plastic footprint on july first seattle began enforcing a ban on plastic straws and utensils across the city's food service industry cnn reports mcdonald's and a and a and w or among the food service chains beginning to switch from plastic to paper straws starbucks is the first change of say it will eliminate plastic straws from all its locations worldwide corwin hake komo news odors in marysville will decide on the new sales tax increase next month and tonight sink and learn more on how the city will spend the money the ballot measure would increase the sales tax by point one percent nine point two that's nine dollars and twenty cents for every one hundred dollars the money would be spent on a new jail and police building to information sessions are scheduled one tonight at six o'clock at city hall and then another on july eighteenth at the marysville library that's komo's frank lenzi seattle police are investigating whether a body recovered in green lake yesterday morning is that of a missing kayaker twenty year old tiga hinckley has seen since late at night on july fourth he was reported missing two days later the body recovered in the lake has not yet been identified in the investigation is ongoing man was killed in a house fire and bellevue overnight this happened in the eastgate neighborhood on one forty eighth avenue southeast near allen road crews found the mounted inside but don't know if he died in the fire or was already dead any certifier to take us an opportunity to point out fire safety working smoke detectors making sure you have an extinguisher.
"food service industry" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Working in the food service industry can be extremely frustrating especially when you start hearing customer complaints my water doesn't have enough ice in it now my water has too much is in it you know what forget to water i'll just have a diet rc cola with three chunks of ice that's it dealing with those customers day in and day out can become exhausting very quickly but now there's a new problem that waiters and waitresses have been dealing with customers all over the country are actually manipulating restaurants with a special complaint that's becoming more and more common what am i talking about restaurant goers are actually faking food allergies so they can get a dish made exactly their way you to do this in the eighties and mcdonald's she say that she'd have to have french fries with no salt just so that they would have to make a whole new batch of french fries trendsetter right for example if you want caesar salad but you don't like the taste of anchovies in the dressing or something like that instead of simply ordering a different salad you'll ask the waiter if they can make a salad without anchovies and claim it's because you have a seafood allergy seriously if there's an anchovies anywhere near that solid i could probably go an active shock and die right here in mill restaurant do you want that blood on your hands i don't think you do so run along and make sure there are no intel vs if you don't like anchovies in caesar salad dressing don't order the caesar salad like that just seems like the logical thing to me the idea is that if you tell people you have an allergy to a particular food then the kitchen has to take request more seriously because they don't want to risk a lawsuit and these are the same people that say that their dog is therapy dog just that they can bring it on the plane right i do that one will you now more and more people are lying about things that they're allergic to just so they can get what they want when they eat out according to the.
"food service industry" Discussed on AP News
"In the food service industry is the focus of a meeting that starts sunday in dallas about three thousand people are expected to attend the women's food service forum to map out ways to get more women in leading spots in the businesses that include manufacturers distributors and operators about one hundred ceos and other executives we'll be part of the discussion and the conference will also feature speeches by former first lady michelle obama and former news anchor gretchen carlsson the group's initiative to close the gender equity gap comes as the study of the food industry by leinen that oregon mckinsey and company found that while women make up almost half of entry level workers they fill just twenty three percent of senior executive positions shook stamina aren't as big as they used to be a new study found that salmon in the columbia river and the northeastern pacific from california to western alaska are smaller and younger nowadays should ochre usually the biggest and most prized species of salmon in north america in a study published in the journal fish and fisheries big chinook of decreased both in numbers and in size as much as ten percent in length and substantially more in weight the cause of the overall downward trend in the size of chinook isn't well understood but one possible cause is the selective fishing pressure by marine mammals protected for the last 40 years and surging and population seals primarily eat smaller chinook but killer whales prefer the biggest all right it's jamie progress it's number one number two employees lead an esa hey jamie it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your all cappella.
"food service industry" Discussed on AP News
"In the food service industry is the focus of a meeting that started sunday in dallas about three thousand people are expected to attend the women's food service forum to map out ways to get more women in leading spots in the businesses that include manufacturers distributors and operators about one hundred ceos and other executives we'll be part of the discussion and the conference will also feature speeches by former first lady michelle obama and former news anchor gretchen carlsson the group's initiative to close the gender equity gap comes as the study of the food industry by leinen that oregon mckinsey and company found that while women make up almost half of entry level were irs they fill just twenty three percent of senior executive positions the oscar stage will be decked out in 45 million swore off ski crystals this sunday production designer derek mclane handpicked most of the sparklers for the stage that he created for the show he said in an interview the design incorporates various ariza film history and is meant to evoke a sense of hollywood glamour this is the tony award winners six consecutive year designing the oscar stage he's received an emmy nomination every year for his work on the show mcclain's that he brainstorms without considering practicalities like budget or mobility than rayneses ideas back down to earth statistics show pigs outnumber people in denmark by more than two to one there are also hogging the market in europe as the largest livestock category european statistical agency eurostat said thursday that with a population of about one hundred and fifty million in the european union pigs far outnumber cattle cows of the second largest livestock category with eighty nine million eurostat says forty percent of the eu's pigs are in spain and germany with significant numbers also in france denmark the netherlands and poland denmark is the only country where pigs outnumber people with two hundred and fifteen pigs to every one hundred residents not coincidentally it's also a country known.
"food service industry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"First we're going to focus on the food service industry with dunkin brands ceo nigel travis he's with bloomberg joe weisenthal and julia chatterly what's your perspective on what's going on with the tightness of the labour market and how this feeding furniture wages the vigor you know this funding people franchise as a very concerned that they called upon the people they made in selling them carr's up in dunkin's world up in an old days on unemployment down to about three percent new hampshire's actually below three percent so that shows a very prosperous economy shows a very tight labour market as you say are those exists so much these days they rising wages it's just the inability to five april and one of the most prominent franchisees i she said two massachusetts editors they could only five sixty percent of the people he needs secretarial skills is on the administration's attempts to a new tax reform hair they want to enact tax cuts they want them to be pattern but they seem to have abandoned the border adjustment tax which is a way to finance them what are your games that they state what do you think he's out to them all but they was optimal is obviously no we have we have to interested interest in tax reform one is culprit a one is a franchisees i mean to be honest as al businesses driven by what was well franchisees those while i'm really focused on nato sea legs corporate tax reform full for the business for this for the organizations for their companies that also led see maintenance of the ability to deduct depreciation yeah the cost of capital immediately because one of the things that franchisees tuesday they grow by building new stores so they like to have as i have now instant depreciation so daylight to see a reduction in corporate tax rate i believe though will be movement on that but you have to balance as well as logo taking it away and then at the same time take it away something that's been very hopeful for our franchises to develop so it's really about small business of a mile point of view we want to maintain the infested tbilisi that was dunkin brands that y'all nigel travel speaking with bloomberg's joe weisenthal and julia travelling.
"food service industry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In california that benefited three point eight million people dr portion mac works at a safety net clinic in hayward i saw a new group of patients that didn't have healthcare before it was a working class crew people at nontraditional salaries be knew that they're like the food service industry tips or real estate agents who rely on commission medical has always been a major provider of healthcare in california since the aca expansion it now covers a third of all residents in the state with that growth california brings in more healthcare dollars they flow into community clinics like dr max diversity of vasquez health centre to brazil has expanded in the last several years but they're still more to do they're still more outreach to do but the money allowed to icao vasquez to construct an entirely new clinic an and they shifted from paper to electric health records ceo david fleet says the expanded dental care to when we are able to make sure that mr smith or mrs rodriguez doesn't chauvinist er with tooth paying everyone in the community enjoys lower cost because of that well lead says he's relieved for now he'll continue to watch what happens in dc closely and so will doctors across the day at sucker burke san francisco general hospital some of them have been working for months to protect the aca dr emily thomas said that type of activism should keep going even though the dc ari has collapse at the center the the threat is still there for our patience and our patients are relying on everyone in this room to continue to advocate for their expanded access to care there is a chance senate republicans try to revive the stalled health plan that's what happened months ago in the house and laura kleindienst kqed news if you wanna start up a new tech company who do you turn to for funding venture capitalists in where did they get their money retirement funds and.
"food service industry" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"food service industry" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Guess what maybe you have less takehome pay so what's what's the point they cut back hours they put the on parttime or less time schedules to make up for this and it's because especially in business is primarily food service industry and others where you have the minimum wage kicking in the margins are in fact razorthin you don't have business owners where these big fat cats were running a free french is that's a mcdonald's running a franchise that's a you know wendy's or whatever the case may be and paying their workers more does affect their bottom line and they either have to pass on those cost to consumers which by the way usually people to say well that's fine the consumer won't notice well guess what the consumer that does notice the crease in say the cost of a happy meal tends to be a low wage workers somebody at the lower end of the economic spectrum to begin with so sure a lot of people won't care about the cost pass onto workers when you increase the wages of workers in the actual establishment but you can see see that now you're just making sure that people who have less money to spend our spending more so the people are making more who don't have very much money of a at the workers end of the spectrum so eightyear robbing peter to pay paul i mean it's just it it doesn't work the way they wanted to work but so they they cut back hours they're making less money is the result of this of course there are some places where there will be firings all usually see that's actually where the argument in the past has fallen has fallen by the wayside a little bit people say well see you can increase in minimum wage and workers are don't necessarily lose their jobs so that argument is irrelevant that argument doesn't really matter anymore well sure maybe there not fired but guess what now they work fewer hours and that has a negative impact on their takehome pay which is what the whole purpose of this minimum wage exercise.
"food service industry" Discussed on WTMA
"Is it you discovered about him that you're beating yourself up well he has not filed any of his taxes federal or state for about the last four years gain in the food service industry he make very low money i think he just wasn't really concern he's he's a vis vis shenyang have this attitude that it lives on his off always been selfsufficient since he was one years old that he just doesn't take care of these you know issues that all of us now we have if you will end just ignore them will let me tell you some things i i want you to relax some if he's been at a very low wage with these four years we may not be in any significant amount of trouble okay so the first things i was going to sound crazy but the irs will actually help him file returns for those four years he can afford to pay for somebody to prepare them but the better answer if you want to step in and help would be to go to and enrolled agent or a cpa who does tax and pay him or her to help reconstruct the four years as best as possible and filed returns because if he has very little tax liability from those four years and some of them if he's been very low wage he may not have any tax liability for them he may not have is bigger problem is you suspect and that's what i was hoping i guess what i was wondering if the fact that he didn't file panel key forgive out following so there is a failure to file penalty but it's based on what your tax liability is what makes it really grow so he had no tax liability in a year is not the problem you suspect and in fact there may be a year.