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A series of recent food safety scares in slaughterhouses has prompted more than a third of people in Belgium to eat less meat, according to a new survey of Belgian eating habits.
April was "unusually warm" in Belgium, according to the latest stats from the Royal Meteorological Institute, which is good news for the country's fruit producers.
A new label scheme has been launched to help people identify the best artisan bakeries and pastry shops in Brussels.
Belgian food is an endless source of surprises, and the various parts of the country jealousy guard the traditions of their culinary past.
A third meat processing plant in Belgium has been named in a major investigation by food safety inspectors - amid claims that rotten cuts of meat made their way into saucisson products for public
Volunteers have turned the garage of a Saint-Gilles townhouse into a drop-in food bank - with five fridges filled with donated food for anyone who needs it.
From Flanders Today: Another slaughterhouse has been accused of trying to sell meat that was past the sell-by date.
Vendors active at the daily food market on the Parvis in Saint-Gilles are protesting at plans to limit the market to weekends only following works currently being carried out on the square.
Colruyt and Delhaize supermarket chains have pulled hundreds of fresh and frozen beef and pork products from their shelves as a precautionary measure because of food safety concerns at a major mea