While the origin of beef has always been mandatory, this new law insists that the origin of poultry, mutton or pork is required on all restaurant “cartes,” or menus. “It will allow consumers to finally have access to the origin of all the meats purchased raw by restaurateurs, and therefore will also promote French origin,” underlines a government spokesperson to the newspaper, Le Figaro.
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