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Portion Sizes in Restaurants Larger than Before

...ge. 58% of the chefs also shifted the blame to the diners saying that even if customers are served a huge amount of food, it was the diners' responsibility to eat the appropriate amount. 86% said that customers would tend to notice if the portions were decreased by 25% although around 60% say that custome...

A New Test Kit to Detect Spoilt Food

...“It has the potential to change the way individual diners think about the quality of their food and greatly impact public health.” Lavigne envisions that consumers will be able to carry the dipsticks with them and use them anywhere, including homes and restaurants. The new test relies on the detection o...

'Bistronomy' is Conquering Dining in Paris

...rench bistro cooking and offered an alternative to diners who wish to enjoy haute cuisine without the usual stiff ritual and wallet-breaking prices of Michelin-starred restaurants. Today, Camdeborde owns the hottest new bistro in Paris, Le Comptoir, a pocket-sized eatery of 22 tables (plus another handful...

Dining Out is Risky for Food-allergic Consumers

...(such as buffets and sauces) and suggests allergic diners have a written “Chef Card” listing their allergies which can be handed to the restaurant staff for starting a conversation to better ensure a safe meal. The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) is a professional medical organ...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

..., chef at the Park Hyatt Paris. Rouquette offers diners a special "flower" menu featuring mussels with foie gras, saffron and nasturtiums, or an "avocado and crab fantasy" spiced up with borage flowers and hot shellfish oil. "We've tried to create proper dishes, not simply place a bunch of daisies in th...

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