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France's restaurants to face regulations

Politicians are passing law forcing chefs to own-up how they really prepare their food.

Last Modified: 20 Jul 2013 11:21
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France may be famous for its food, but some of its restaurants have recently found themselves in hot water.

That is because they have been serving diners ready-made meals, but marketing them as freshly-made.

And now politicians are passing a law forcing chefs to own-up how they really prepare their food.

Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports from Paris.

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