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Quick-Service Workers Protest For $15 Per Hour Hourly Wage, And More…

Last updated on April 20th, 2015 at 01:45 pm

Food Service News In Brief

Quick-service workers protested outside many McDonald locations and other restaurants around the country April 15 as part of an effort by labor groups pushing for a $15 hourly wage. The protests were organized by Fight for $15, a group backed by the Service Employees International Union pushing for the $15 per hour increase as well as the right for those workers to form unions…

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation earlier this month honored the award winners for the Restaurant Neighbor and Faces of Diversity Awards. Northeast winners of the Restaurant Neighbor Awards were Ollie’s Restaurant of Edwardsville, Pennsylvania, which provides six meals a week for at-risk children, and T.L. Cannon Cos. of Williamsville, New York, an Applebee’s franchisee that provides in-kind donations through in-store fundraisers. Carlton Curtis, VP of industry relations for The Coca Cola Co., received the Thad and Alice Eure Ambassador of Hospitality Award for service and commitment to the industry…

Cape Cod Restaurant Week is set for Monday, May 11-Sunday, May 17. During Restaurant Week, restaurants from Falmouth to Provincetown will offer three- and four-course exhibition menus for $25, $30 or $35.

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