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Merry Christmas from Chick-fil-A! Operator of the Hoover Commons Chick-fil-A, David Jackson, is bringing the Christmas spirit to his establishment.Jackson partnered with local company Lights of Christmas to decorate his store with tens of thousands of Christmas lights; he has stated that more will be added next year! Jackson told Alabama Local News that he wants the restaurant to have a Clark Griswold type atmosphere. Inside this Chick-fil-A, families can visit Santa on Tuesdays and Saturdays; he certainly is bringing a lot of joy to his customers.
Not every company is having a happy holiday season though; Sweet Leaf Tea has been recalled! And the reason is unsettling to customers: Glass fragments were found floating in the drinks. The company received its first complaint in July regarding the floating glass, but it was believed to be an isolated incident. Recently, three other complaints have surfaced, which was enough for Sweet Leaf to issue a voluntary recall as a precautionary measure. According to Sweet Leaf, no injuries were reported, and the presence of glass fragments was the result of glass breakage during the filling process.
And Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision to increase the minimum wage law to $15 per hour for New York fast food workers is one step closer to being put into full effect. The New York Industrial Board of Appeals recently upheld the minimum wage law, which would increase in gradual increments until reaching the $15 per hour law in 2018 for New York City, and 2021 for the rest of the state. New York State fast food workers will be making at least $30,000 annually by the year 2021.
That’s today’s Daily Dish. Thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping!