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Animal rights activists in China have called for the annual Yulin dog meat festival later this month to be banned.
World's longest pizza created in Naples measuring 1.8 km
The world’s longest pizza has been made in Naples and is a staggering 1.8 kilometres long. It was kneaded and baked in six hours and eleven minutes
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.
TTIP trade deal under threat over the Feta factor
A food fight between Europe and the US over protection for products like Feta cheese, Champagne and Parma ham could block the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade deal.
Planning against obesity in Italy
Six months ago Stefano De Santis sought help – he was overweight, had high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The 41-year-old told Euronews how
Waste not, want not: boosting business with leftover food
Unleashing the power of the collaborative economy to fight food waste, while creating new business opportunities at the same time.
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
Thousands of dead sardines found floating in Chile's Queule river
Chile’s government has temporarily banned the consumption of sardines in the south of the country after hundreds of thousands of dead fish turned up
Baking better bread...with ultrasound
To bake quality bread, one of the key ingredients is moisture. Researchers have developed innovative ultrasonic humidification technology. In this
Takeaway: baking better bread
Humidity is a crucial factor affecting bread quality It is closely controlled during proofing and cooling of the dough An ultrasonic-based
Five reasons to love the Philippines
The capital city Manila pulsating with human energy; food that is a fusion of Spanish and Asian; pristine white beaches and clear blue oceanic waters
Postcards from Japan: Enjoying a Zen Buddhist meal
In this last episode of Postcards from Japan, we're back in Kyoto, to take the time to enjoy some traditional cuisine
All for one, one for all - peer-led initiatives give boost to female entrepreneurs
In this edition of Business Planet, host Giacomo Segantini visited Dublin to meet a woman at the heart of female entrepreneurship initiatives in
UK sugar tax gets sour response
There has been an angry reaction to a new tax on high-sugar drinks in Britain with complaints they are being unfairly targeted as many other foods and drinks contain unhealthy levels of sugar.
Gaza destroys thousands of Snickers bars after mass recall
Authorities in Gaza say they have destroyed 15 tonnes of chocolate in response to last month’s mass recall by the manufacturer. Inspectors from the
Ukraine still suffering from Chernobyl fallout
According to scientific tests on behalf of Greenpeace, 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, people are still exposed to high levels
From peelings to pork - animal feed reimagined
In this week’s Futuris we look at an ambitious research project appears to have set out to prove the old adage that ‘you are what you eat’ by
Takeaway: from peelings to pork
Cute, aren´t they? Every day, these piglets eat a special menu… … a mix of cereals, soy and olive waste. Researchers want to understand if
Mars in meltdown as chocolate recall reaches 55 countries
Chocolate maker Mars inc has recalled Mars bars and Snickers from 55 countries.