“How do we treat each other when things are going well, and then how do we treat each other when things are really hard?”
“If part of what comes from this is that we realize all the people who are handling the food from the beginning on the farm to the end of the chain are really vital. We need to treat them better, pay them better, give them benefits.”
“It’s kind of like going through a grieving process, I would imagine. Because our restaurants are our second homes.”
“Government policies and laws are very important – and have enabled an inefficient system – and that has to change.”
“Our own industry- they are the folks. There are twenty, thirty thousand people who worked at food companies, who now don’t have access to food,” warns Chevalier.
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