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Organisers promise tasty food and drink at Games

TOASTED tea cakes dripping in Yorkshire butter for breakfast, cod and chips, or maybe a pole and line caught tuna salad washed down with...

Low-fat dairy doesn’t help kids drop pounds, finds study

KIDS who swap out regular dairy products for low-fat varieties consume less saturated fat but don’t seem to lose weight, according to Australian researchers.They...

Raw milk debate simmers in US

CLIFFORD Hatch cares for about 20 cows at his family-run farm, producing fresh raw milk that is at the center of controversy over its...

German growers push into craft beer market with new hops

    IN A microbrewery in a trendy Berlin neighbourhood, Thorsten Schoppe, one of a wave of beer-makers using new German ingredients to create non-traditional brews,...

Top chefs say Latin America will reach food’s zenith

THE world’s top chefs say it’s only a matter of time before Latin America, home to Brazil’s black bean stew “feijoada,” Peru’s refreshing raw...

Future of food served up in Paris

ACAI, kimchi, black garlic and yuzu juice: countries are vying to conquer global plates, and palates, with their homegrown specialities at the International Food...

World’s diet goes unhealthy, finds study

THE world's diet has deteriorated substantially in the last two decades, a leading nutrition expert said on Monday (February 23), citing one of the...

INAUGURAL ASIAN RESTAURANT AND TAKEAWAY AWARDS LAUNCHES NATIONAL NOMINATIONS

A host of MPs, celebrities and key members of the Asian restaurant and catering fraternity were on hand to launch the inaugural Asian Restaurant...

Seafood industry aims to halt that sinking feeling

SEAFOOD industry players from around the world grappled in Boston on  Monday (March 28) with ways to net the most elusive catch of all:...

New studies highlight risks of vitamin supplements

NEW RESEARCH is prompting a fresh look at the value of vitamin supplements, with some surprising results indicating that taking too many supplements of...