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The Most Popular Fast Food In California Isn't What You'd Expect

Anyone who thinks they can narrow the food culture of an entire region into a single cuisine is running a fool's errand, and California is no exception. Those who have never visited the Golden State might be inclined to count controversial juice cleanses and sprout-filled veggie sandwiches as staples of its collective diet, but the stereotypical dining scene carried on in wealthy, health-conscious pockets of Los Angeles only makes up a tiny fraction of the state's eclectic landscape of eats.
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Rise Biscuits hitting up West Coast

Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken is hitting the West Coast, opening its first California outlet Saturday in Thousand Oaks. "It's an exciting time for Rise as we extend our 'biscuit belt' from coast to coast with the opening of our first West Coast location in Thousand Oaks," Ken Priest, CFO of Rise, said in a company press release. "It's about time that Californians get a taste of the best dang biscuits in the biz."
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3 Great Pizza Places in California

If you live in California or you travel to California often and you are looking for new places where you can enjoy a tasty pizza, then you have come to the right place because that's what this article is all about - three amazing pizza spots in California that you should definitely visit if you are a pizza lover. All of these places use high-quality ingredients, have amazing service, an even better atmosphere, and affordable prices for the delicious food they are serving. Do you need any more reasons to pay them a visit if you haven't already? Probably not, so here is the list of three amazing pizza spots in California that you should definitely visit if you love eating good food in a nice company.
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Fast food’s next value war will look a lot different

Tech Check: Delivery's growth is still slowing, but not as much as you’d expect given the circumstances. The Hawaii-based concept hopes to take its unique taro donuts to California. It just completed a $9 million investment round featuring investors like Tony Hawk and chef Christopher Kostow. In Chicago, a...
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In Tim Hortons, Burger King could have a model for a U.S. comeback

The Bottom Line: The wars will be fought on mobile phones and in local markets rather than through big national discount deals. Food delivery defies inflation as sales chug along. Tech Check: Delivery's growth is still slowing, but not as much as you’d expect given the circumstances. The story...
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Downtown Sacramento restaurants seeing less business during Capitol renovations

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The past two years have been full of irregularities and hardship for downtown Sacramento businesses, with restrictions issued because of COVID-19. But work to modernize the California state Capitol has also been a challenge. Many restaurants nearby rely on business from lawmakers and capitol workers to...
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TGI Fridays expands C3 partnership with new virtual brands

TGI Fridays is expanding its partnership with C3 to include Stonie Bowls, a new virtual brand from C3. The casual dining chain is also adding more Krispy Rice locations and C3’s Kumi concept to its digital kitchens, according to a press release emailed to Restaurant Dive. The causal chain...
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Fast (food) times in Sacramento

Presented by The California Environmental Justice Alliance Action. THE BUZZ: Fast food restaurants are once again at the core of California labor politics. Legislation to create a council overseeing industry workplace standards is fueling one of the marquee battles of the remaining legislative session.The measure is a priority for organized labor and a primary target for business. Revelations of poor pandemic working conditions lent momentum. But the bill isn’t a novelty. It extends California unions’ years-long effort to forge inroads in the fast food industry by attempting to secure better pay, improve working conditions, and advance collective bargaining among a huge pool of low-wage workers.
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