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      The company will start trialing the new toys from May, when parents and children will be offered to swap their plastic toys for a book or paper toy when they buy a meal.

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      Busting myths, misconceptions and misinformation about the deadly coronavirus, the WHO said: "No. Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over your body will not kill viruses that have already entered your body."

    • Indian food has grown in Australia: Stephanie Alexander

      The food association between Australia and India has grown very quickly. In my thirties, Indian food existed in Australia but existed in a simple form.

    • Coronavirus: Chicken Consumption Is Safe: Govt

      Animal Husbandry Commissioner Praveen Malik in a letter to Vijay Sardana, Advisor, Poultry Federation of India, said that poultry was not found to be involved in the transmission of coronavirus.

    • Biryani Was The Most Ordered Dish Of 2019 On Swiggy: Report

      Indians ordered around 95 biryanis per minute or 1.6 biryanis every second from Swiggy in 2019, the online food delivery platform said on Monday. In fact, biryani is the most common first order by new users on Swiggy,

    • World's Cheapest Michelin-Star Meal Now In India, Only For This Weekend

      Singapore-based Chan Hon Meng, better known as Hawker Chan, will bring his signature dish to Indian cities of Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai, at a major food carnival 'Zomaland' by Zomato.

    • To Fight Dehydration, Goa Schools To Have 2 Water Breaks

      Fearing rising dehydration among students, the Goa Education Department has instructed all schools to facilitate two water breaks daily.

    • FAO Calls For Boosting Millets To Fight Malnutrition

      India and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations have proposed to declare the year 2023 as the International Year of Millets

    • Nutrition Survey Finds Rising Diabetes Risk In Children

      As per the Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS) 2016-18, one in 10 school-age children and adolescents were pre-diabetic.

    • Discovering India Through Food, Says Chef Vicky Ratnani

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    • 822 Million Suffer From Chronic Malnutrition, FAO Says

      Almost 822 million people suffered from chronic malnutrition and about 2,000 million had food insecurity in 2018, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN has said in a report.

    • Regulatory, Industry Bodies Say Salt Brands Safe To Consume

      As allegations and concerns have cropped up over the safety of major Indian salt brands, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and the Indian Medical Association (IMA) have refuted the concerns that the major salt brands contain alarming level of potassium ferrocyanide.

    • Your Table Salt Contains Deadly Cyanide: US lab report

      Premium brands of processed iodised salt sold in India allegedly contain alarming levels of carcinogenic and harmful components like potassium ferrocyanide.

    • Punjab To Ban Online Food Without Hygiene Rating

      The decision was taken under the 'Tandarust Punjab Mission'.

    • 'Glass Piece In Burger' Complaint Against Burger King Outlet

      The complainant allegedly found some broken glass pieces in the burger and fries he ordered there

    • Only 9% Indian Kids Get Proper Nutrition: NITI Aayog

      One-third of the children in India are growing up stunted and tackling malnutrition.

    • In India, We Need Education In Culinary Skills: Chef Manjit Gill

      Well-known Chef Manjit Gill feels it is important to "understand our food" and "to communicate with our food."

    • Foodie Trail-Delhi: 'You've Got To Commune With Your Food, Get Your Spirit Into It'

      Indian Accent made it to TIME's list of 100 greatest places for 2018. Launched in 2009, Indian Accent, is renowned for it's innovative take on traditional Indian delights.

    • Can Moderate Screen Time Increase Teenagers' Well-Being?

      Spending hours in front of digital screen may be harmful for adolescents.

    • Your Smartwatch Can Flag Your Sickness

      Your smart watch may not only measure your steps and physiological parameters but also detect when you are falling sick.

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