Sweden Wants to Ban American Lobsters for Being an ‘Invasive Alien Species’
There is a chance that Europe could ban American lobster, which would cost fishermen in Canada and the US $200 million in exports.
Europe Needs to Halve Its Beef Consumption in Order to Meet Its Climate Change Goals
The study said that radically reducing beef and mutton consumption is “unavoidable” if Europeans are serious about emission reduction.
The EU Is Tackling Climate Change With Snazzy New Espresso Machines
The European Commission has committed to spending €1.6 million (about $1.8 million) to create an “eco-efficient and healthy” espresso machine.
Europe Has More Chocolate Than It Knows What to Do With
Just a few days ago, prominent Swiss chocolatier Lindt & Sprüngli released a financial report, which stated that key markets in Switzerland and the rest of Europe are “largely saturated” with chocolate.
Food Delivery Bots Are About to Invade Europe's Streets
There’s truly nothing more endearing and soul-crushingly terrifying than watching a bunch of robots go about and do tasks normally relegated to humans. That’s even more so the case when it’s 1:30 AM and a dead-eyed android is passing you a pizza from...
No End in Sight for Russian Food Embargo
Russian President Vladimir Putin just signed a decree that prolongs the sanctions throughout all of 2017.
How Europe Shaped British Eating Habits
Olive oil instead of lard. Pesto pasta for dinner. Croissants. Continental European food culture has had a huge impact on British eating habits.
Rebecca May Johnson
Italy Is Bleaching Old Seafood to Make It Look Fresh
The EU has warned the Italian Health Ministry to stop the practice of using water and hydrogen peroxide to bleach squid, cuttlefish, and octopus.
Brexit Fears Cause UK Food Prices to Skyrocket
The food market is violently reacting to a possible British exit and food and drink prices are escalating, according to a recent report by Lynx Purchasing.
Milk Is Now Officially Cheaper than Water in Germany
As unbelievable as it may sound, prices for milk in Germany have sunk so low that it’s actually cheaper to buy milk there than water.
America Has a Crippling Cheese Surplus
The surplus of cheese has been building up such that US cheese inventories at the end of March were the highest they’ve been since 1984.
We Asked UK Farmers What Leaving the European Union Would Mean for British Food
As the UK votes whether to quit the EU in June, British farmers are divided over the impact this could have on their livelihoods.
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