(French) Face à la chute des prix du lait et au succès des produits fermiers, certains agriculteurs se mettent à transformer eux-mêmes leur lait pour échapper à la crise.
(French) Négociations entre Lactalis et les producteurs : Stéphane le FOLL demande à chacun de faire preuve de responsabilité et de poursuivre les négociations.
On his bike, Jean-Philippe Buccaï is a man in a rush. He must deliver a Banh Mi (aka Vietnamese sandwich) in 30 minutes maximum. He is one of the 1,300 Parisian deliverers for Deliveroo, one of the leaders in home food delivery. (Article in French)
Become players in a huge participatory exhibition which will be held in Arles during the summer of 2017. So look in your boxes and family albums for you best photos of meals… (Article in French)
Donuts, hamburgers, bacon, pizzas, ice cream, and beer festivals, in its attempt to be more accessible, is the vegan food movement in the process of losing its soul and mimicking the worst that junk food has to offer? (Article in French)
The Vegetable Weapon series by Japanese photographer Tsuyoshi Ozawa shows young women armed with vegetables. It is a series denouncing the stupidity of war and violence that is more relevant than ever.
While grain silos in many Western countries may overflow this winter, tens of millions of people risk going without food as hunger is being used more than ever as a weapon of war.
Criticized for its extensive use of antibiotics, the Chilean salmon industry decided this week to respond by curbing this practice that pollutes the environment and can create new diseases. (Article in French)
It’s a little round biscuit, crunchy and tender, with a taste of almonds. Often imitated but never matched, the secret to its fabrication is guarded today by Nadia Fermigier, a pastry chef who runs a small boutique in Saint-Emilion. (Article in French)
A queue 100-people long snakes out from a tiny food stall in Singapore’s Chinatown, each customer impatiently waiting their turn for a taste of Chan Hon Meng’s prized soya sauce-braised chicken.
There’s not a lot of green in the urban jungle of Sao Paulo, but thanks to Fernanda Danelon, restaurants in the Brazilian mega-city are turning their waste back into food at innovative gardens tucked amid the skyscrapers.