French MPs have approved a bill forcing restaurants to label as "home-made" dishes which were prepared from raw ingredients in their kitchen.
The "fait maison" label on menus is aimed at curbing the practice of buying in pre-cooked meals from outside, microwaving them and passing them off as freshly made.
Restaurants marking dishes as "fait maison" fraudulently will be fined.
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