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· August, 2010

Stories about Food from August, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Ramadan Cake Recipe

Libya: Focus on Food Blogs

India: Uncontrolled Alcoholic Liquor Consumption

Southeast Asia: Durian, the “King of Fruits”

Durian is the ‘king of fruits’ in Southeast Asia. It is known for its strong smell and taste which are appreciated and detested at the same time by many people....

Thailand: Street ice cream

Singapore: Should food bloggers get free meals?

Singaporean food blogger, Brad Lau, was accused by a restaurant of bad behavior when he and his friends initially refused to pay for the food they ordered. The incident sparked...

Poland: Open-Air Market in Krakow

Ukraine: Blueberries and Early Harvest

China: Food poisoning -Crayfish

Egypt: My First Fast

Colombia: Siblings Create Dining Hall for Hungry Children

Mauritania: Floods Impact Aggravated by Disrupted Roads, Sewer Systems

Paraguay: Soaring Soybean Production Prompts Clashes

As the global demand for soy rises, Paraguay has become the world's fastest-growing producer of the crop. But with resulting riches have also come battles over land rights and environmental...

Trinidad & Tobago: Fasting

Morocco: The Ramadan Diaries

As the month of Ramadan begins, Moroccans share thoughts, reflections...even recipes. Jillian York has the story.

China: Did powdered milk cause infant breast development?

Recently across China, more than 20 infant girls have been found to have begun developing breasts in what has been called “mini-puberty”. Reports also indicate that at least 3 infant...

Lebanon: Why do Food Prices go up in Ramadan?

Trinidad & Tobago: Red Mango

Trinidad & Tobago: Ramadan

U.S.V.I.: Lionfish Threat

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