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Delivery rider cooks food order himself after restaurant takes too long

Food delivery riders have become the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing delicious food to our doorsteps so we don’t have to risk getting infected when grabbing a bite to eat outside.

And for a lot of us, ordering-in has always been the norm, even in pre-COVID times. Either way, there’s no denying that we truly do rely on food delivery riders to make our lives just a tad bit easier.

However, not all orders proceed smoothly. Sometimes, especially during peak hours, you might have to wait a little bit longer before the delivery rider shows up at your doorstep with today’s lunch.

Taking things into his own hands, quite literally.

A food delivery rider in Malaysia has gone viral on social media after proceeding to make the very food order he was supposed to pick up, seeing that the restaurant itself was taking a bit too long to

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Long Beach workers rally over planned closure of Food 4 Less, Ralphs blamed on city’s hazard pay mandate

Tensions rose over hazard pay in Long Beach Wednesday as grocery store workers rallied outside a Food 4 Less that its parent company, blaming a city mandate to raise the front-liners’ hourly wage by $4, planned to close in April.

Kroger disclosed its plan to shut down the location on South Street along with a Ralphs store on Los Coyotes Diagonal in an announcement Monday, two weeks after the Long Beach mayor signed what he calls a “hero pay” for grocery store workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The city requires stores with at least 300 workers nationwide or more than 15 employees per location in Long Beach to implement the pay bump for at least 120 days. It’s the first law of its kind in the country, according to the Brookings Institution, and other jurisdictions such as Los Angeles are either considering it or have followed suit. Trader Joe’s

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Ralphs, Food 4 Less locations closing in Long Beach over ‘hero pay’

LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) — Grocery company Kroger announced on Monday it will be shuttering two of its stores in Long Beach — a Ralphs location and a Food 4 Less store — in response to a city ordinance requiring a $4 “hero pay” salary boost for some workers.

“As a result of the city of Long Beach’s decision to pass an ordinance mandating extra pay for grocery workers, we have made the difficult decision to permanently close long-struggling store locations in Long Beach,” according to a company statement. “This misguided action by the Long Beach City Council oversteps the traditional bargaining process and applies to some, but not all, grocery workers in the city.”

“The irreparable harm that will come to employees and local citizens as a direct result of the city of Long Beach’s attempt to pick winners and losers, is deeply unfortunate. We are truly saddened that

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