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NYC bill would allow third-party delivery commissions of up to 43%

Delivery apps said the expanded fees would allow restaurants to opt in to additional marketing services. A restaurant group called it a “pay to play” scheme.


NYC asks for input on a new menu-labeling requirement

Items with high sugar content will need to be flagged, but only if they're exactly what's available in packaged retail form. The targets are beverages.

The first Whole Foods Market Daily Shop will offer groceries as well as grab-and-go meals and a cafe concept called Juice & Java.

Customers are paying more, and couriers are working less. What it all means for restaurants is still unclear, but some fear it could get ugly.

A pilot program undertaken with the instructional institution C-CAP aims to steer the immigrants into foodservice jobs, starting with positions in New York City.

Mayor Eric Adams says discussions are already underway to launch a Department of Sustainable Delivery for the city, noting it'd be the first of its kind in the nation.

The delivery service is making several policy changes after giving drivers in New York City a raise to $29.93 per hour.

A bill passed Thursday by the City Council will require alerts to be posted on menus and menu boards next to items containing what officials determine to be excessive amounts of added sugar.

New menu items and long-running signatures welcome sports and concert fans for the 2023-24 season.

Under a new initiative championed by Gov. Kathy Hochul, the state is serving as a matchmaker between the new arrivals and prospective employers.

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