Italian Court Cracks Down on Widespread Restaurant Scam

Restaurants routinely serve frozen meals without telling guests -- that's about to change.

The following article, written by Catherine Edwards, appears on The Local.

Serving frozen food without telling customers is fraud, rules top Italian court

Serving frozen food at a restaurant without explicitly labelling it as such is a crime, Italy’s top court said in a ruling published on Monday.

Thousands of tourists travel to Italy each year to sample the famed national cuisine, but many unknowingly end up in restaurants serving reheated frozen meals to maximize on profits.

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