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India’s dependence on imported cooking oil to continue

Indians will probably buy expensive cooking oils from overseas for at least another 15 years, as demand continues to far…

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Brazil’s fishers cash in on China’s appetite for fish bladder

Belem, Brazil – It was 7am on a day in late October last year and Belem, a port city in…

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80 Super Bowl Party Appetizers the Whole Team Will Love

Ethan Calabrese On game day, insanely delicious food is the the only thing that can divert attention from the screen.…

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UN decries Ethiopia air strikes; says dozens killed this month

UN says at least 108 civilians have been killed in Tigray since the new year began as it warns aid…

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Taliban seeks greater role in distribution of Afghan foreign aid

Taliban proposes joint body of its officials and international representatives to coordinate billions of dollars in planned aid. The Taliban…

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Inflation: US consumer prices surge at fastest rate in 30 years

American consumers shelled out a lot more for basic essentials last month like food, fuel, and shelter, as inflation in…

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As COVID-19 rages, more in Singapore go hungry

Singapore – After being let go from his part-time job as a waiter last year during the pandemic, Danny Goh…

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‘Children going to die’: UN warns of ‘acute’ Afghan food crisis

UN says more than half of Afghanistan’s 39 million population is facing acute food insecurity and ‘marching to starvation’. Millions…

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Biden administration’s plan to curtail toxic ‘forever chemicals’

The Biden administration is launching a broad strategy to regulate toxic industrial compounds associated with serious health conditions that are…

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Harvesting ‘true cinnamon’: The story of the Ceylon spice

It is 9am in the Carlton estate in Thihagoda, a small town about 160km (100 miles) south of Sri Lanka’s…

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