UNESCO adds Tunisia's harissa to heritage list
UNESCO on Thursday added Tunisia's spicy national condiment harissa to its list of intangible cultural heritage, saying it was part of the North African country's identity. It follows the addition ...
French baguette becomes Heritage Listed
The baguette has (finally) been inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List and officially inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Push for French baguette to be heritage listed
The National Bakery and Pastry Confederation will highlight the "cultural side" of the baguette, and its social bond when defending this French specialty before the decision of the UNESCO committee...
Chef who fed millions of Ukrainians receives honour
Chef José Andrés of the World Central Kitchen speaks with Rosemary Barton Live about his efforts to feed millions of Ukrainians and bring them hope through food. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelen...
Starbucks shuts down first unionized store
Starbucks announced that it will soon shutter yet another unionized location - this time the Seattle shop that was the first to join the union movement.
Budweiser makes light of Qatar beer ban
Budweiser plans to ship its unsold beer to the World Cup-winning nation after hosts Qatar banned sales of alcohol at its stadiums just days before the tournament kicked off.
Supreme Court takes Jack Daniel's case against dog toy
One of America's biggest whiskey makers is taking an Arizona-based dog toy company to the nation's highest court.
Examining the reasons behind Qatar's 'beer ban'
Qatari officials have banned the sale of alcohol within World Cup 2022 stadiums, dramatically reversing a decision to allow sales of Budweiser beer.
Annual charity wine auction sets new record
Charity auctions of wines from the Hospices de Beaune reached record highs on Sunday, generating more than $29 million.
'We want beer!': World Cup fans stadium protest
Ecuador fans roared their disapproval of Qatar’s last-minute alcohol ban during Sunday’s World Cup opener as thousands of supporters walked out of the stadium early.
Making dairy milk, without cows
How do you make ice cream without dairy or plant milk? Perfect Day has an animal-free solution that uses precision fermentation to create the same creamy taste and texture of cow's milk.
'Fans will survive without beer': FIFA President
Gianni Infantino defended the last-minute decision to ban alcohol sales at World Cup stadiums for Qatar 2022.
Drought threatens Argentina's wheat harvest
The world is in the midst of a wheat crisis due to Russia's war in Ukraine. A drought in Argentina makes matters worse. Rising temperatures and less rainfall are becoming an ever growing problem fo...
Qatar bans beer at World Cup venues
Buying or consuming beer has been banned at Qatar's World Cup stadiums in an eleventh hour U-turn by organisers, in a move confirmed by FIFA. Shortly after news broke, Budweiser's official account ...
Deal extended to allow grain out of Ukraine
The agreement for safe exports of grain, foodstuff and fertilisers from Ukraine has been extended for a further four months.
Aussie restaurant in French countryside wins major award
Parisian chefs are moving to the countryside to be closer to the produce they use in their kitchens. Among them are Australians James Henry and his partner Shaun Kelly, the owners of Le Doyenné. Vo...
Deliveroo shuts down in Australia
Another major business is suffering in the post-pandemic environment. Deliveroo Australia has been placed in administration and the food delivery platform will be turned off in the country.
Quicktake: The recipe to Red Bull's success
The key ingredient for Dietrich Mateschitz's $15 billion Red Bull fortune wasn't caffeine or taurine. Alex Webb and Chris Bryant on how the energy-drink pioneer really gave his company wings.
The scotch-sipping priest on pilgrimage
A Catholic priest and self-proclaimed rebel leads tour groups on whiskey pilgrimages of Scotland. He also speaks openly about difficult topics, including his own attempted rape. His pilgrimage grou...
Creating eco-friendly, insect based animal food
As the production of animal feed puts a major strain on land and water, insects are increasingly becoming part of the diet. They provide much of the protein animals need, at a lower environmental c...
Biodiversity crisis could limit our food choices in future
Rising demand for food and falling crop output could compromise our ability to feed ourselves. Crop biodiversity helps farmers produce harvests during tough times. But scientists say as much as thr...
Russia unsure on Black Sea grain deal extension
The Kremlin said on Thursday (November 3) it had not committed to staying in the Black Sea grain deal, which has freed Ukraine's grain shipments from a Russian blockade of its Black Sea ports, beyo...
Black Sea shipping to resume after Russia re-joins deal
Russia has said it will rejoin a UN-backed agreement to allow the export of grain from Ukraine via a safe Black Sea corridor, with shipments expected to resume on Wednesday. Russia’s defence minist...
Russia relents, re-joins grain deal
Russia has rejoined the grain deal that allows exports to the Middle East and Africa of much needed grain. Russia had pulled out after the drone attack on its Black Sea navy fleet which Moscow blam...
Inflation hits Thanksgiving dinner staples
The federal reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates again this week to try taming the kind of inflation that will make your Thanksgiving dinner considerably more expensive this year.
The TikToker is baking recipes left on gravestones
An American librarian is recreating recipes inscribed on people's gravestones for all eterniy.
Two cargo ships leave Ukraine despite Kremlin withdrawal
Ukraine, the EU and US have turned on Moscow for halting the grain export deal, as Russia stands accused of risking increased global hunger and starvation.
In Burkina Faso, food insecurity doubles in past year
Food insecurity in Burkina Faso has rocketed over the last year as extremist attacks and political instability mounts. Getting supplies to those who need it the most has grown increasingly difficult.
South Africans breaking wine industry barriers
Winemaking is a profession their South African parents couldn't have envisioned for them; yet Black South Africans are starting to smash the barriers in the country's renowned industry, transformin...