French chefs give thumbs down to 'homemade food' label for restaurants

A new French law demands that restaurants indicate to clients whether their food is homemade or prepared industrially off-site.

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The French government waited for the eve of Bastille day to announce measures intended to improve the state of their restaurant scene, but the law, which was designed to promote fresh food in French kitchens, is causing a revolt among chefs, reports The Guardian.