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Michelin Guide to good food highlights austerity

The Michelin Guide is the original good food guide. For over a century, chefs have competed for its coveted 1, 2 and 3 star classification. But for the first time since 1991’s major downturn, the latest edition for France contains not a single new entry at 3 star level, . Instead, and for the first […]

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Brainstorming on biomass

The blog has come across a useful new tool for global brainstorming, run out of San Francisco by DiscoveryCast. They have recently organised a major event with Paris-based SpecialChem to review the current state of play in bio-based initiatives. This involved a group of 550 experts from 400 companies (including 3M, Dow, Michelin, DuPont, Arkema, […]

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