Tag Archives: food

19Oct/15

Japanese food and pop music hits with Londoners

Japanese pop music singer, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, is popularizing the Japanese kawaii (cute) culture among London teenagers through her music and fashion. And Japanese home-style and kawaii cuisines such as Matcha, Izakaya, Ramen and Temaki, are also being brought to the cafes and restaurants of London, along with the Japanese culture of socializing by sharing food.
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11Oct/15

Unwanted fruits and vegetables are made into meals for thousands in Athens

Greek non-governmental organisations (NGOs) join forces and feed lunch to thousands using more than a ton of “ugly” vegetables and fruits that would have been thrown out.
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01Oct/15

Migrants leave rocks on Italian-French border

Migrants who had taken to the rocks on the Italian-French border after their camp was dismantled by police have now left the area and many are now sheltering from bad weather at a nearby transit centre.

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01Oct/15

Immigrants appeal to Hungarians’ hearts via their stomachs

Ten Budapest restaurants showcase migrants’ national dishes in a bid to encourage tolerance.

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22Sep/15

Peanut company CEO sentenced to 28 years for salmonella outbreak

Former owner of Peanut Corporation of America was sentenced in federal court to 28 years in prison for his role in a salmonella outbreak that was linked to nine deaths.

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07Aug/15

English soccer club aims to be world’s ‘greenest’

Forest Green Rovers, owned by the founder of energy firm Ecotricity, are aiming to be the world’s first eco-soccer club; with an organic pitch, solar power, robotic lawnmower, and an all-vegan menu among their green initiatives.

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10Jul/15

Japanese culture invades London

The British got a taste of Japan when ‘Hyper Japan’, a festival dedicated to all things Japanese, arrived at London’s O2 Arena

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26May/15

Large French supermarkets could be fined for destroying unsold food, French parliament votes

The French lower house voted in favour of a law which could punish supermarkets who destroy edible food in a nation-wide effort to curb food waste.

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