A peak of 80 ducks were consumed at noon in Beijing’s Winter Olympic Village

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The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Winter Olympic Games (BOCOG) held a press conference at the main media Center on February 12, with the theme of “Athletes care and service”.According to Shen Qianfan, head of the Olympic Village department of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Winter Olympics, the Beijing Winter Olympics restaurant has been popular with Chinese and foreign athletes, including roast duck, which topped 80 dishes at noon.”The Winter Olympics fall during the Spring Festival, and we offer food with Chinese characteristics, especially Beijing roast duck and jiaozi,” he said.”The most popular roast duck, we consumed 80 roast ducks at the peak of noon one day. After tasting it, people posted relevant videos on their social media platforms (accounts) and praised our service and the delicious Chinese food.”Shen said.When asked about the catering center for the South Korean delegation, Shen said, “Actually, the percentage of athletes from different countries and regions with specific tastes and needs is very small. We try our best to meet their different needs with sincere and thoughtful service.””However, due to space constraints, we are definitely limited in the range of food we can offer.But no matter what, first of all, we have to meet the menu requirements approved by the IOC and ensure the supply of basic nutrients.””Second, on this basis, we try to meet the requirements of different countries and regions for different tastes.”Shen qianfan introduced that the athletes’ meal is a very complicated system. The athletes’ menu was worked out in two years with sports nutrition experts from the International Olympic Committee.”Top athletes are very strict about what they eat, and they eat with calculators.””Athletes, as dedicated athletes, are more concerned about nutrition — how many calories, how many grams of fat, what allergens are,” he said.Responsible editor: Take-off