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Morocco lifts final COVID restrictions: Here's why you should visit
After reopening to tourists in February, Morocco now no longer requires proof of vaccination or a pre-departure test.
How is a Masterchef winner helping to reduce food poverty?
Kenny Tutt, the 2018 winner of UK Masterchef has teamed up with FoodCycle to help people learn how they can save food from the dump.
Want to try out digital nomad or expat life? This is what it’ll cost
Numbeo collects crowdsourced data from users around the world to keep its prices up to date.
The rise and rise of Europe's bread prices amid the war in Ukraine
Hungary has been the worst hit - it saw a huge 65.5% rise over the year, while France, famous for its baguettes, has seen the slowest growth in prices.
Danish prince enjoys cricket cookie: Should you try insect food too?
Cricket cookies are a tasty snack, according to Denmark’s crown prince.
1,350 kilos of potatoes used to cook up world's largest rösti
The Swiss Farmer’s Union cooked up a 13 square metre rösti in the shape of the Swiss cross in front of the parliament building in Bern on Monday.
Vegan food boss accused of biting a man’s nose
Doug Ramsey - the Chief Operating Officer at vegan food giant Beyond Meat - was arrested for biting a man’s nose on Saturday.
Could immunity boosting foods also be good for the planet?
Researchers in Australia looked at more than 2,000 recommendations to determine their impact on the planet.
Could solar panels provide farms with shade and added revenue?
Large-scale solar installations are becoming popular in agriculture - but getting the right mix of crop and solar is hard.
Wind turbine blades could soon be recycled into gummy bears
From turbines to treats, this scientific discovery could solve one of wind power’s biggest problems: how to recycle turbine blades.
The project trying to bring back traditional cereal crops to Europe
The ‘Re-cereal' initiative not only seeks to boost biodiversity by reintroducing traditional crops, but it is also a scientific project. Institutions as well as public and private entities are involved in the project to optimise cultivation methods, producing robust crops and gluten-free foods.
Your taste preferences could be down to your genes, new study reveals
A new study completed by the University of Edinburgh argues that the reason why we love and hate certain foods could be partly down to our genes
Japanese plastic food artists get creative
Japanese fake food artists are showing off their new creations at a public exhibition in Tokyo.
Would you try a cheese infested with live maggots?
Outlawed around the world, Casu Marzu makes stomachs turn at the sight of the still living maggots inside it. TikTok has gotten a hold of it recently. We find out why it's Sardinia's greatest delicacy.
A banana a day can keep some cancers away - but ripeness matters
The risk of some hereditary cancers was reduced by more than half for participants in the 20-year study.
This cheese could be the latest superfood (and no, it’s not French)
A dream come true for cheese lovers: eating Jarlsberg may actually help stop bones getting weaker without raising your cholesterol.
Podcasts: our top picks for the summer
If the warm summer days are making you stay indoors and you're not in the mood for another streaming binge, Euronews Culture has got you covered with our favourite podcasts...
Ice Cream: Italy's traditional gelatos vs. UK's mayonnaise flavour
In Italy, gelato is surfing a wave of popularity again thanks to the heat and returning tourists. Meanwhile in the UK, a pop-up store is selling "cupboard classics" ice cream flavours.
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Global food prices 'declined significantly' in July, says UN agency
The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) warned however that many uncertainties remain which could negatively impact prices in the coming months.
Restaurateurs in Mexico City break local record for giant ‘torta'
Watch as a team of restaurateurs in Mexico City break local record for a giant ‘torta’.