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This year’s Gault et Millau chocolate awards honoured Belgian chocolatiers and leaders within the field, and crowned a "chocolatier of the year" in each of the country’s regions.

Simona El-Harrar's new cookery book Street Food
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Inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean and the Levant region, Brussels chef Simona El-Harar presents 75 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes in her latest book

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Empty fridge shelves in Delhaize stores throughout Belgium should start to be refilled again after the supermarket chain reached a deal with supplier Danone to end a price dispute.

Chef David Martin from restaurant La Paix, Anderlecht, Brussels. (BELGA PHOTO AUDE VANLATHEM)
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Two-star chef David Martin is currently testing out a range of cannabis recipes, Bruzz reports.

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One in every three fruits sold in Belgium is contaminated by what’s considered to be the most harmful pesticides, according to a report from

Toque & moi patissery, chocolatier and ice-cream, Huy
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The number of chocolate shops in Belgium has doubled in the past 10 years, with the country now boasting 755 stores selling the country’s culinary speciality.

Illustration picture shows the Wolf food market in Brussels, Friday 10 September 2021. (BELGA PHOTO OPHELIE DELAROUZEE)
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The people behind the Wolf food market in Brussels are planning to open a second location in the city next year, reports Bruzz.

Shrimp croquette
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Brussels boasts a new shrimp croquette champion after Les Brasseries Georges was named the winner of the coveted 2022 award.

Misshapen carrots lie on a kitchen table (Marco Verch/Creative Commons free licence)
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Too Good To Go, the application that fights against food waste, is inviting Belgians to adopt new habits in order to redusce daily waste of fruit and vegetables at home.

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