"To make something of our own, that was the idea and beer was something as a coal miner we drank a lot of." Robert Johansen's passion project, a brewery deep in the Arctic circle.
Brazil’s president has played down a corruption scandal that’s tarnished its valuable meat industry.
Spiders are giving new meaning to the phrase all-you-can-eat, according to a new report published in the journal The Science of Nature.
A company has unveiled a washing machine specifically catered to the Indian market. It has a curry stain washing function
Thousands of families caught up in South Sudan’s famine are hiding from marauding gunmen in the swamps and islands of the River Nile.
Boars in the Czech Republic are radioactive. They're eating radioactive mushrooms and its contaminating the local delicacy meat
Swedish supermarket giant ICA is trialling laser marking its sweet potatoes and avocados in search of an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional plastic stickers or…
Parts of the war-ravaged country have been hit by famine. Officials fear almost half the territory could be in a state of food insecurity by July.
Shares in Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever fell after US rival Kraft Heinz Co abruptly abandoned its surprise takeover proposal.
Household goods firm Unilever firmly rejects a surprise takeover bid from US food company Kraft Heinz saying it has no financial or strategic merit.
The United States has won the prestigious Bocuse d’or cookery competition, considered by many as the Olympics of the food world.
Like a professional athlete winner Mathew Peters, trained five days a week, up to twelve hours a day for the gastronomic battle.
‘The Founder’ charts salesman Roy Croc’s story as he helps turn two brother’s fast food eatery into to what we know today – McDonald’s one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the…
A popular sushi restaurant in Tokyo, Sushizanmai, purchased a 212 kilogram bluefin tuna for 72 million yen (614,016 USD) at Japan’s iconic Tsukiji fish market during its first auction of the year on T
McDonald's cooks up controversy with a food outlet in a building belonging to the Catholic Church in Rome - within sight of St Peter's Square.
Lyon, a city that is 2,000 years old, attracts about six million visitors a year, 30 percent of whom are foreigners who travel here notably for the local…
European and US authorities are seeking further high level talks with China over its plans to increase regulations on food imports.
Foods behemoth Nestle has says its hollowed out sugar molecule can cut sugar content in products by 40%, promises sales by 2018.
An SOS has been sent out from the UN about food running out in eastern Aleppo in Syria.
Attitudes are hardening ahead of eventual negotiations to take the UK out of the EU, while the pre-talks void is being filled with mud-slinging - and satire.