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  • French foodies shun le boeuf
  • French foodies shun le boeuf
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French foodies shun le boeuf

Beef is the centrepiece of French cuisine, intertwined with the national culture and a marker of French identity. But beef is facing a sharp decline as foreign meat becomes more competitive, with the French foodie more likely to eat mindfully, opting for healthy, light meals.

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