Mealtimes are a central aspect of family life, affecting the health and wellbeing of both children and adults. Although the benefits of healthy mealtimes are straightforward, helping all families realise those benefits is quite complicated, new research suggests.
“I have in my career been told many times, 'It's not your time’, ‘It's not your turn'.’ Let me just tell you, I eat 'no'' for breakfast. So, I would recommend the same. It's a hearty breakfast."
When was the last time you checked your freezer for foods that are fresh enough to eat? For many people, freezers are their go-to for storing bulk items that can be frozen.
Retailers in the country from malls to running chains have been taking extraordinary measures to maintain the smooth supply of food items across their outlets. In this regard, Union Coop signed contracts worth more than Dhs400 million with suppliers, in preparation for the holy month of Ramadan. The step comes within the framework of its keenness to provide all goods and foodstuff in large quantities to meet the needs of consumers during the Ramadan month.
Ejiro Miyako, an associate professor at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Nomi, told the media he had been working on robotic pollinators for years but was disheartened when the toy drones smashed into flowers.
Ramadan is traditionally a lucrative time for food vendors in Muslim-majority countries, with more people going out for late-night meals after breaking their fast at sunset.
To most people in Myanmar, food waste is nothing but garbage, and that attitude leaves Inda Soe Aung baffled.
An Amsterdam art centre is to serve diners in small greenhouses so that people can go out to eat again despite social distancing rules brought in due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Strawberry and chocolate or fig and hazelnut? Italians have been celebrating the end of the coronavirus lockdown with one of their favourite treats: artisanal gelatos.
A delivery service that provides the apartment-bound residents of Moscow with restaurant-quality ready meals squeezed into glass jars amid the coronavirus lockdown is expanding to keep pace with increasing demand, its founder said.