Daily news round up: our selection of food and chef news from the world's press

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 26th September 2013

Pubs and restaurants cut prices in VAT protest

Thousands of pubs and restaurants are dropping their prices by 7.5% on Wednesday in protest at current tax conditions.  The campaign, called "Tax parity day", has been organised by the lobby group of French businessman Jacques Borel. Read more from BBC News  

The future of food? Edible walls, bug burritos and 3D food printers set to take our kitchens by storm

A kitchen that can help you live longer, suggest meals to optimise your performance and even stop you from snacking? Meet the kitchen of 2063.  Miele has partnered with the London Design Festival and chef Ben Spalding to launch 2063 Dining, an exhibition that looks ahead ahead to the way we'll be cooking and eating in 50 years. Read more from The Daily Mail  

Three new restaurants set to open in Belfast city centre

Epicures could be in for a range of exciting new menus with news that three new restaurants are set to open in Belfast city centre. Read more from The Belfast Telegraph  

Great Ormond Street Hospital food 'among UK worst'

Children being treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital have rated its food among the worst in the country.  They gave it a 61 per cent satisfaction rating — the second worst score in  London and the 13th lowest out of more than 1,300 health units surveyed. Read more from London Evening Standard
   
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 26th September 2013

Daily news round up: our selection of food and chef news from the world's press