Since Fine Dining Lovers went online a lot has changed. The term fine dining has shifted and evolved, something we’ve watched with a close eye. The role of the chef has also changed and the importance of food in society and culture has increased.
At the same time, the tools and techniques of publishers have also developed and it’s with all this in mind that we have designed and built a new platform for Fine Dining Lovers.
The soft launch, let’s call it ‘friends and family’, will happen next week with new features, layouts, designs and, of course, new ways to tell stories. There will also be a new video team, bringing you daily videos and we will continue to roll out new, exciting features in the upcoming months.
It’s been a true joy to help build and watch the Fine Dining Lovers’ community grow online. We’re proud of creating a digital table where curious foodies and food professionals sit with us to share our common passion for fine food. We can’t wait to serve you a fresher, more engaging space to discover the delicious stories of the world.
Thanks for all your support so far…
Fine Dining Lovers Editor-in-Chief
P.S. The newsletter will be postponed while the new system is rolled-out. Expect a new version coming very soon!
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