With the economy tanking more everyday it seems ridiculous that the legislative bodies across the country have gotten together and passed a majority of laws during the first quarter of the year that all have an effect on the restaurant business.
While on the subject of big cities, let’s focus on
According to reports from both coasts, Won Ton Wrappers have also skyrocketed in price over the past three weeks. Once, going for about $2.39 a package, the skins have increased to $95.00 a pound, making the price out of sight. If calculations are right, Imperial Rolls will soon be too expensive to order in most Thai restaurants.
In a recent report dealing with employee wages, the minimum wage in
Finally, the grease trap law that was passed in an attempt to alleviate underground global warming is definitely going to crimp a lot of restaurateurs financially. By 2009 all restaurants serving fried food will have to install fiberglass grease holders to accumulate all of the grease that we dumping into our water supply. The traps are designed to recycle the grease into a bio fuel that will enable the modern automobile to obtain 45 mpg. The theory behind this concept is the more French fries we eat; the further we will be able to drive. Eat those fries and drive the price of gas down,
Who knows where it will ever end? Steaks in