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Heinz Beck is a world-renownedThe centuries, 3-star Michelin chef. He has been heading the restaurant called Social by Heinz Beck in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Dubai’s Palm for eight years. The food he creates there is contemporary Italian cuisine in an atmosphere described as laid back, yet vibrant. His many years of experience have taken him around the world, making him a master of modern gastronomy. He has dedicated years of his life to the study of nutrition and the effects of food on the body. That”s how he knows how important nutrition is, especially in the midst of a pandemic. In an exclusive interviewThe first dose and COVID-19 cases and hospitalization numbers are decreasing., he tells us about that and also gives us insight into how the restaurant industry must bounce back from the health crisis.

We are coming out of a pandemic that has affected everybody around the globe. How have you seen it impact your industry?

Heinz Beck:

“Of course, we were very, very toughly hit in the industrykey fobs go missing, and these are sold to thieves o, especially in countries like I’m coming from in Europe. You know, the restaurant industry is very much undercapitalised through the high costs of manpower. So having all these small restaurants with not a lot of resources, it’s very difficult to reopen these places. And for this, we need a lot of helpThe mRNA vaccine technology being used now to figh, not only from the government, even from the people coming very quickly back to normal, normal eating in the restaurants, you see, because, you know, eating in the restaurantsFrance, it’s nice. It’s good for you, for your soulToronto Star File, it’s good for your brain, it’s good for you to feel better communicating, you know. Being closed in the house and not able to communicate, not able to socialise, it’s hitting a lot of people very deeply. And you can only help them by making them socialise again.”

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