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Downtown Brussels has always had its share of fine gourmet food stores, but in the second half of the 20th century, as inhabitants fled the centre, the number of stores dwindled.

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Brussels' vast indoor food hall, Wolf, has closed its doors "for a few weeks", in light of the coronavirus situation.

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Brussels has relaunched its competition to find the best prawn croquettes in the capital, for a third year running.

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Uber Eats has partnered with supermarket chain Carrefour to offer a 30-minute grocery delivery service in Belgium.

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The jubilant arrival of American donut chain Dunkin Donuts hit a snag today when too many people lined up for a grand opening give-away.

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As Winston Churchill famously said: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” Belgian animal welfare organisation Gaia, together with partners worldwide, is calling on international institution

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Anderlecht’s Foodmet re-opened last week under a strict set of coronavirus guidelines that were particularly challenging to fulfil.

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Good old Belgium. Twelve days of we’re-not-supposed-to-call-it-a-lockdown, and brewers have come to the realise that, while we have plenty of toilet paper, we are fast running out of beer.

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Never mind toilet paper and flour. In some parts of rural Belgium, people are panic buying hens.

Several poultry breeders in Wallonia have reported a surge in activity in recent days.

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