National Restaurant Association and other organisations support two new proposals for travel and healthcare legislation, reports Amelia Levin
Once regarded as the cornerstone of haute cuisine, the French restaurant world has fallen victim to the attraction of pre-prepared, frozen food. Not content to let its heritage fall away, the French government has come up with a novel way of helping consumers be sure that home-made is truly home-made.
Amid increasing questioning about the decline of the cupcake, it was announced that beleaguered bakery Crumbs has found a buyer. But is there any life left in the store's model?
Four Canadian restaurants have received the highest accolade possible in The World of Fine Wine’s inaugural ‘World’s Best Wine Lists 2014.
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