Monday, September 15, 2014

Save France from Fast Food? A logo does it!Business English lesson

Fast food and French food don't go together. That is what this new logo is supposed to combat. If the food was pre-made and brought into the restaurant already prepared, or frozen, the logo can't apply and the restaurant has to take it off the menu.

Read this article and be prepared to discuss it with your English teacher

Key Terms:  \
culinary traditions
consumer affairs
concrete tools
integral part
rigorous and precise
to resort to

What does Carole Delga say about the new logo on the menu? 
How can this help the consumer?
What are the advantages of this logo?
What are the disadvantages?
Why would a fancy restaurant use frozen food?
 What are the advantages of using frozen prepared food to serve in a restaurant?
How much time does it take to cook a meal from start to finish in a restaurant?
What are the loopholes in the law?
Do you agree with the statement about potatoes? Why or why not?
What would be the affect of this logo on the profitability of fancy restaurants?
How can French restaurants use this logo in their marketing?
In your opinion does it add or subtract credibility?
How many times do you go out to eat?
Which type of restaurant do you go to?
How do you make sure that the food is fresh?
Is there some logo or sign in your country that tells you that the food is made in the restaurant's kitchen?
Does this make a difference to you?
What kinds of food do you order when you go out?
How much money do you spend on a dinner, lunch, breakfast?

Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Orbach - Professional English Teacher

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