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Weetabix and beans? How one ghastly breakfast combination went viral
The cerial brand shared a food combination on Twitter, causing an enormous backlash from companies, embassies, countries and many more.
Spéculoos: How Belgium’s beloved biscuit is unifying a divided nation
When the CEO of Lotus Bakeries recently announced plans to axe the speculoos — Belgium's national biscuit — name from branding on its biscuit packs, there were howls of discontent on social media and angry calls for a boycott.
Madrid helps bars stay afloat by serving food without a license
New legislation in Madrid allows pubs without food licenses to sell food in order to help them through the pandemic.
Belgian potato chief appeals for government to chip in amid crisis
Most Belgian potatoes are exported but with travel bans and restaurants closed, the industry is facing huge losses.
Smells fishy: researchers develop 'sniff chips' to combat food waste
With consumers throwing away perfectly good food that's gone past its sell-by date, it's hoped these these silicon sensors will be able to say for certain whether it's off without even opening the packet.
Watch: Mine and dine your date for €475 a head in Slovenia
At this former coal mine, customers get a glimpse into the life of a miner along with a three-course meal.
'Made in Italy': Where does the pasta you eat really come from?
On World Pasta Day, Euronews investigated the origins of the wheat that is used to produce the pasta that we eat in Europe.
Watch: Special day pasta-ively promotes Italy’s favourite food
Did you know that Italy produces 3.3 million tonnes of pasta every year?
Watch: Belgium's famous foods get Michelin-starred makeover
Two-starred chef Yves Mattagne is swapping waffle toppings from strawberries and cream to lobster and foie gras, while three-starred Sergio Herman is dusting frites with olive powder and basil.
Scotland wants continued EU-protection for its whisky and salmon
Scottish authorities have called on the British government to secure mutual recognition of geographically protected produce with the EU even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
French chef wants out of Michelin guide after being stripped of a star
Taking to Euronews, Michelin refuted Veyrat's accusations, saying that "in no way" did any inspector mention a "cheddar emulsion" as a reason to remove the star.
French study links sugary drinks to cancer
Scientists found that drinking 100ml of sugary drinks, including 100% fruit juice, increased the risk of cancer by 18%.
Fast food's 2,000-year-old ancestor unearthed in Pompeii
The frescoed counter served drinks and snacks including coarse bread with salty fish and lentils.
Scandal over rotten meat in Belgium
Authorities found traces of "waste meat" in products destined for markets in southeastern Europe.
EU 'crackdown' on dodgy drinks, funny fish fingers
The EU wants to get tough on companies that sell poorer quality products in central and eastern Europe. It comes after complaints from consumers
EU officials mull response to egg scandal
EU agriculture ministers discuss egg scandal
President Juncker agrees on right to food equality
European Commission President Juncker agrees with Slovak PM over food quality disparity between EU members states
New EU drive aims to slash food waste
The European Commission is launching a new drive to cut food waste in the bloc.
Germany unveils civil defence plan
The German government on Wednesday unveiled its first civil defence plan since the end of the Cold War, which include advice to stockpile key supplies in the event of a terror…
EU delays weed-killer vote
EU officials have delayed a vote on whether to grant a new licence to a controversial weedkiller.
Thousands sign online weedkiller petition
More than 12,000 people have signed a petition urging EU officials not to grant an extended licence to a widely-used weedkiller.
MEPs call for restrictions on weed-killing substance
MEPs have voted to renew the licence for glyphosate – a chemical widely used in popular weed-killing products – but only for an additional seven
EU opens McDonald's tax probe
The European Commission has opened an investigation into the tax affairs of fast food giant McDonald’s. EU competition officials will look at the
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Food for thought: what are 'novel foods' and how safe are they?
The safety of new types of food products is a concern for Euronews viewer Sylvie in Lyon, France who asks: “as the European Union is reviewing its
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Europe Weekly: first migrants relocated from Greece to Luxembourg, the EU's 'moderate' economic recovery and food label warning
In this edition of Europe Weekly, the first group of migrants in Greece is relocated to Luxembourg; and the EU’s economics commissioner comments on
New consumer rights report reveals dishonest meat labelling in certain EU supermarkets
European Consumers Organisation BEUC