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A new restaurant has opened on Avenue Louise that only employs servers with Down Syndrome.
Those aged 18 to 30 can sign up for a chic meal at a democratic price during Flanders’ Jong Keukengeweld, or Kitchen Rebels, campaign.
Over the past few years, the name Dierendonck has become synonymous with quality Belgian butchering.
Healthy eating scores are starting to appear on food packaging in Belgian supermarkets to help customers see at a glance which products are good for them and which to avoid.
Igor Rosi is on a mission to deliver the authentic taste of Italy for diners at the Hotel Amigo Bocconi restaurant.
The warm temperatures of the last few months have led to a bumper crop of tomatoes in Belgium. Farms are reporting an increase in production of 15 to 20%.
Dutch chef Sergio Herman, start of Belgian TV food programmes and owner of the Michelin-star The Jane in Antwerp, plans to open one of his gourmet chips outlets in Brussels.
There’s a new app on Brussels’ food scene: Too Good to Go offers leftovers from restaurants that would otherwise go in the trash to consumers at major discounts.
Greenpeace Belgium has launched a campaign against local entertainment mogul Studio 100’s use of children’s characters to sell unhealthy foods.