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Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visiting an organic farm, tasting honey, beer, and meeting fans
They are developing inspiring solutions to challenging global sustainability issues.
It is grown in the Camargue marshes without harming the environment
How did European hop farmers adapt and start this resurgence in the wake of the craft beer movement?
Our collective thirst for Prosecco is causing potentially disastrous consequences for the environment in North Eastern Italy where it is produced.
Spanish farmers say they have been ignored by politicians in Madrid and Brussels who are failing to help the region tackle depopulation and climate change
A court in Austria has handed a huge fine to a farmer over a cow stampede that killed a German woman back in 2014.
Some 60,000 cows in France develop tumours and infections every year because of waste they ingest.
Farmers and shepherds on the Italian island of Sardinia have been pouring their milk away, saying they would rather destroy it than sell it for next to nothing.
30 metres beneath the ground herbs, salads and ‘micro-greens’ are destined for some of London’s best-known restaurants.
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A pair of London based innovators have turned a disused WWII air raid shelter into a sustainable farm supplying produce to some of the city's best known restaurants.
Innovative products, exciting flavours and original culinary practices trending this year
Scientists in Israel are growing their own steaks in the hope that it could one day help to solve the problem of food production and climate change.
Denmark has started building a 70km-long fence along its border with Germany in a bid to protect its pigs from disease-carrying wild boar.
Our weekly round-up of all the opinions that have been driving debate across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
Award-winning breweries worldwide are tackling the issue of climate change one innovation at a time.
We stayed at Le Barn, a farmhouse-like hotel experience in the Rambouillet forest.
Scientists in Germany have found a way to determine the gender of a chick before it hatches, potentially ending the need to slaughter male chicks.
Europe is sleepwalking into a food crisis and politicians are doing nothing to stop it.
We look at the opinions that have driven discussions around Europe and beyond in the weekly View round-up.