supply chain

Food

NYC's foie gras ban is overturned

The 2019 city law outlawing the delicacy violates a state measure prohibiting urban areas from legislating what farmers can grow. The ban was originally scheduled to take effect on Nov. 25.

Leadership

Chili's owner to part ways with supply chain chief Charlie Lousignont

Lousignont has been with Brinker International since 2014. It's the latest leadership change under new CEO Kevin Hochman.

The National Restaurant Association cites an avoidance of the walkout as its top legislative priority for the remainder of 2022.

The burger giant has sued 12 big-name suppliers, asserting they shared pricing and production data.

Butter is the latest tech company that aims to digitize the manual process of wholesale ordering. It raised $9 million in a round led by Google’s Gradient Ventures.

But the giant distributor is cautious given the operating environment and prepared to cut costs in a potential economic downturn.

Workers at a Boston-area facility say they won an $11-an-hour raise, along with other concessions, ending a nearly three-week strike.

Drivers have walked off the job in Boston and central New York, and Arizona workers are honoring picket lines.

Brined cukes and a host of other lip-pursing options are showing up on all types of menus—and everywhere from the drinks list to the dessert array.

Pork supplies were expected to drop steeply on Aug. 15 because of new farming regulations. But the rules were postponed under an unusual agreement between industry and government.

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