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More than half of Europeans are overweight - with a Body mass Index equal to or greater than 25 and almost 20% of Europeans are obese - with a BMI of over 30.
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If you come to Tokyo, you’ll enjoy gastronomy from all over the world. In these portraits, we look at the inspiration driving two of Japan's top chefs.
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Here We Grow uncovers the secrets behind Spain's gastronomic delicacies and learns the art of carving Iberian ham
Michelin guide makes radical cuts in starred restaurants
Guy Savoy is undeniable one of, if not the biggest name in the gastronomic cuisine guide. The downgrade of his three-star Parisian restaurant is widely seen as a surprising move.
Fact check: Is Brexit to blame for Britain's food shortages?
#TheCube spoke to experts to find out why some of Britain's biggest supermarket chains are restricting the amount of vegetables customers can buy.
Supermarkets pass extra costs onto consumers, despite smaller products
A recent survey found that 80% of people believe that businesses are taking advantage of inflation to increase their profits.
A terrible day for France: the world's top 10 cheeses revealed
A controversial list of the world's best cheeses has just been published. France has come out licking its wounds, while the undoubted victor of the ranking is another surprise.
How Europe’s appetite for frogs' legs puts species at risk
Europe has consumed 2 billion frogs in a decade. What does that mean for the environment?
From Venice to Porto: 7 of the best food adventures in Europe
From the backstreets of Zagreb to the canals of Venice, a holiday built around food can take you to some truly delicious locations.
Psychobiotics: Happy microbes make for happy brains
To begin to understand the link between the gut and the brain, all you have to do is look at the English language, according to Irish neurologist John Cryan.
Discover a taste of Greek gastronomy with 6 iconic dishes
Eating is more than just sustenance in Greece, it marks many of life’s most important moments.
Pastries, parades and parties: A guide to Venice Carnival 2023
This year’s edition of Venice Carnival is the first in three years to take place without any pandemic restrictions.
Extremadura: Explore Spain's culinary treasure chest
Here We Grow visits Spain's western region of Extremadura where tradition and sustainability merge to produce some of the country's most unmistakable flavours.
Why climate change spells ‘disaster’ for Spain’s prize Ibérico ham
Between 15 and 20 per cent fewer Iberian pigs will be slaughtered this year.
Battle over food labels looms as Brussels set to make EU-wide decision
The Nutri-Score is the front runner for labelling nutritional values on products across the bloc.
Food costs are still rising. Where in Europe is being hit the worst?
While rates of inflation are slowly falling, the price of food in Europe is still rising. These are the countries bearing the worst of the costs.
Meet the futuristic farmer growing vegetables vertically in Georgia
“Vertical farming can help us grow more vegetables with less space, less water, and zero pesticides,” says Tusya Garibashvili, who co-founded of Space Farms.
Would you eat the giant legs of this luxury Vietnamese dragon chicken?
Let's take a look at Dong Tao chickens, also known as Dragon-tailed chickens - a rare and expensive breed of chicken that are native to Vietnam.
A mackerel a day? Eating oily fish might ward off kidney disease
The beneficial impact of omega 3s on kidneys was only found with fatty acids coming from fish and seafood, scientists say.
Why has this European capital endorsed the Plant Based Treaty?
Edinburgh has become the first European capital to endorse a plant-based diet to tackle the climate emergency.