First came English, then Italian and starting today Fine Dining Lovers also speaks French. The food and culture magazine dedicated to the pleasures of conviviality celebrated the launch of its French version at the World Cuisine Summit, a gastronomic event held during the 2015 Sirha Trade Show in Lyon.
Through its English and Italian versions, the international magazine has found great success on the web and gained many fans through social media. Thus, a new online space awaits French foodies and lovers of fine cuisine. Fine Dining Lovers France will feature information on new trends, creativity, food design and interviews with the movers and shakers of haute cuisine and their projects.
Alain Ducasse, Alain Passard,Mauro Colagreco, Bertrand Grébaut, Simone Tondo are some of the famous chefs featured on the French magazine, along with photographers, food artists, sommelier and food producers. Readers will also find the latest food trends, recipes and in-depth stories on chefs, artisans and producers.
Just as in the English and Italian versions, the Agenda section will feature information on upcoming food events, festivals, conferences and trade shows in France and around the world. Les Bonnes Adresses is a new section where foodies will find recommendations for new restaurant openings, farmers' markets and boutique shops where they can purchase the best products.
Fine Dining Lovers France will also bring readers information on new cookbooks, food apps, thrilling design, and the latest news on food videos and food photography.
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