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IndiGo says no more sale of canned beverages onboard

Indigo issued a formal statement saying, “Previously, our menu included cashews (Rs 200) and a coke (Rs 100), with the…

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700 million people do not know when will they eat next: UN food chief

One in ten people worldwide goes to bed hungry every night.

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Indian breads shine on global stage: Taste Atlas Ranking

From butter garlic naan to roti, India's bread culture gains worldwide recognition.

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France to spend ₹1780 crore to destroy its ‘surplus’ wine as prices crash down

The move is aimed at stopping prices from collapsing so that wine-makers can find their revenue sources again.

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Vegetable price inflation likely to decline from September: Governor Shaktikanta Das

The outlook for cereal prices looks bright even though geopolitical tensions could hamper food prices, he said.

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Nepal requests rice and sugar from India to avoid shortage during festive season

Rice is the staple food in Nepal and is heavily dependent on imported food, mostly from India.

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Japanese restaurant serves world’s most expensive sushi worth Rs 2 lakh

Osaka's Sushi Kirimon claims Guinness World Record for a lavish sushi dish costing JP¥350,000 (Rs 2lakh).

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Beer from shower water? It is a reality, thanks to Epic OneWater Brew

Epic OneWater Brew is made of recycled shower water from Fifteen Fifty, a 40-storey luxury apartment building in San Francisco.

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Mysore Pak, Kulfi and Falooda named in World’s Best Street Food Sweets

Taste Atlas is a food-based magazine that gives detailed reviews and information on street food around the world.

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German brewery innovates ‘instant beer powder’, might be a sustainable brewing breakthrough

Neuzeller Klosterbräueri has surprised the beer world with a revolutionary creation – a powdered lager that transforms into a delightful…

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