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A third of EU food brands have same label, different content, report finds

Almost a third of branded food products sold in the European Union have the same or similar packaging, but different contents, according to a...

‘Right kind of food key to perfect yoga results’

Yoga with the right food is a complete and effective treatment for weight watchers, who are tempted to combine it with other slimming methods...

Overwhelmed Belgian monks enter internet age to sell prized beer

Belgian Trappist monks who brew one of the world's most coveted beers are turning to online sales to ensure their limited supply goes directly...

‘Nobel for food’ winner tells ailing world to eat more vegetables

With poor diet now topping smoking as a health hazard, the world must put good nutrition over empty calories, especially in emerging Asian economies,...

More city dwellers connect with their food via street markets

From Moscow to New York, street markets around the world are finding new fans as urban dwellers look for a deeper connection to their...

Beyond Meat sees sales more than doubling in 2019

Beyond Meat Inc, a maker of plant-based burgers and sausages, said it expects to more than double its revenue and report break-even EBITDA this...

Ben & Jerry’s to launch CBD ice cream once it’s legal!

Ben & Jerry's said it is committed to launch CBD-infused ice cream as soon as it’s legalized at the federal level in the US. The...

Asda all set for Eid celebrations

Supermarket Asda’s food offering – especially halal ranges – are popular during Eid festivities and many families enjoy browsing the selection of different meat...

Colombia, Nespresso to help farmers swap coca for coffee

A charitable initiative will help farmers in Colombia's southwestern mountains trade nearly 400 hectares of coca, the base ingredient in cocaine, for coffee, the...

Belgian monks resurrect brewery after two century break

Belgian monks at the Grimbergen abbey are on the verge of brewing beer again after a break of more than 200 years. The abbey, whose...