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  • The French love fast food
  • The French love fast food
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The French love fast food

From escargots to foie gras, France has long been known for its gastronomy. And with the country attracting 83 million tourists each year, it’ll be tough to find anyone who omits ‘food and wine’ from their reasons for visiting. But research suggests the country’s culinary heritage is eroding.

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