East Bay Groups Give Away Hundreds Of Meals Before Thanksgiving Amid Overwhelming NeedAhead of Thanksgiving, groups across the Bay Area are seeing overwhelming need due to the pandemic, including two groups in the East Bay.
Fast Food, Delivery Deals To Ease Tensions Of Election DayElection Day may be a stressful or emotional time for many, and a bunch of fast-food chains are stepping up with free comfort food to help you cope.
Trader Joe's Recalls Gluten-Free Battered Halibut Due To Wheat, Milk Ingredients Not On LabelTrader Joe's recalled some of its packaged fish because customers with wheat or milk allergies could become sick if they eat it.
Walnut Creek To Consider 15% Cap On Food Delivery Fees During COVID-19 PandemicThe Walnut Creek City Council on Tuesday will consider a cap on fees local restaurants pay online ordering and delivery service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Berkeley Approves 'Healthy Checkout Ordinance' Banning Junk Food Sales By Grocery RegistersNearly six years after voters approved a tax on soda, Berkeley officials became the first in the nation to ban unhealthy food from being sold at checkout aisles at most grocery stores.
COVID Reopening: Mayor London Breed Delivers Blueprint For Reopening Indoor Dining In San FranciscoMayor London Breed and city health officials revealed the blueprint Friday for allowing San Francisco's cash-strapped and world-renowned restaurant industry to begin limited indoor dining service by the end of the month.
San Mateo County Free Meal Delivery Extended Through Oct. 9San Mateo County extended funding for its Great Plates Delivered program, which delivers free meals to older adults, through Oct. 9.
Hayward Contactless Food Distribution Program Moves To New LocationThe City of Hayward's no-contact food distribution program, which helps hundreds of people each week, is moving to a new location.
Demand For Robot Cooks From Bay Area Firms Rising As Kitchens Combat COVID-19Robots that can cook - from flipping burgers to baking bread - are in growing demand as virus-wary kitchens try to put some distance between workers and customers.
Mayor Breed Using Soda Tax Money To Support San Francisco Food Programs During COVID-19 CrisisMayor London Breed revealed Friday that San Francisco has been using $1.65 million from the city's soda tax revenue to help individuals and families who are struggling to buy food after suffering financial setbacks due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Climb As Restaurants Reopen To Outdoor Diners In SouthbaySanta Clara County officials are keeping an eye on a rising key indicator in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.