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  • Which restaurant chains have gone halal - and why?

    The likes of KFC and Tesco are simply meeting demand. But consumers should be told what they are eatingDespite recent reports to the contrary, many fast-food and restaurant chains in Britain have been using halal ...

  • Rising CO2 levels make these crops less nutritious

    In what could be bad news for countries seeking food security, researchers have found that the rising CO2 levels will deprive many food grains of their nutritional value. As carbon dioxide levels rise this century, ...

  • Would You Give Up Steak for Love?

    Chris Martin's announcement that he is no longer vegetarian since splitting with Gwyneth Paltrow suggests that he did. How about the rest of us?On Tuesday evening I found myself at Kensington Roof Gardens, attending an ...

  • Enjoy Your Coffee - You May Soon Not be Able to Afford it

    As the world's water supplies increasingly dry up, from bread to fruit and coffee, will there be drastic increases in food costs?Four pints of milk for £1; a jar of instant coffee for 47 pence; ...

  • Eat 5 Portions of Fruits and Veggies for a Better Heart

    Chinese and American researchers settle on lower number than seven-a-day recommendation of English studyThose who despaired of ever being able to eat seven portions of fruit and vegetables a day, as suggested by a team ...

  • In-Flight Meals Take Off as Airlines Give More Thought to Food

    Tired of mystery meat or the vegetarian alternative to cake - rubbery melon? Well, from fish and chips to chia seeds with mango, airlines are overhauling their onboard catering. Soon you may be able to ...

  • 200 Year Old Liquor That's Still Drinkable

    A well- preserved 200-year-old bottle carrying either vodka or gin was found at a shipwreck in Baltic Sea, close to the Polish coast. The bottle dates back to 1806-30 and was manufactured in Ranschbach, Germany, ...

  • Salt-Degradation Affects Crop Yield in India

    According to a new United Nations study, salt-induced land degradation has been on the rise. Salt-degradation is common in arid and semi-arid areas that receive less rainfall because of which there isn't enough water seeping ...

  • Warning Over Exercise as Air Pollution From Fireworks Night 'Very High'

    Government advises people to reduce physical activity after fireworks night and still weather lead to a '10 out of 10' pollution reading across much of England and WalesThe government is urging people to reduce their ...

  • Food Banks to be Set Up in Mumbai, Ahmedabad to Feed Poor

    FoodBanking Network, headed by Sam Pitroda, plans to set up two food banks in Ahmedabad and Mumbai this year to feed the poor. Food banks are set up to store food products nearing expiry date ...

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