Why banning food pics on Instagram is a bad idea
Zee Germans… over the last few days I have been reading with interest about the emerging saga in Germany about chefs banning their guests from photographing their food. It's puzzling. From my own experiences over the last few years in Germany of holidaying in Bavaria, I have seen a massive improvement in the standard of food. This might have driven competition between the good chefs and restaurants of which there are a few. Perhaps there is a large amount of food plagiarism occurring in Germany, a lot of imitation going on? So the chefs have decided to put a stop to this once and for all, but why would limiting a Instagram feed stop this and what can be achieved?