Supreme Court asks Nestle India: Why should we eat Maggi with lead in it?

The Supreme Court on Thursday, January 3, dealt a heavy rebuke to Nestle India, asking it: “Why should we eat Maggi with lead in it?”

Ranveer gets naughty with Deepika Dosa: Read what he said!

Read how Ranveer Singh reacted to the Deepika Dosa that a restaurant in Texas in the US is selling!

You need to keep up with the trends to survive in Bengaluru’s restaurant industry: Srikanth Karkada

SFO Hotels and Suites owner Srikanth Karkada explains to Times Of Food what it takes to survive in Bengaluru’s restaurant industry.

Chef Dhaval Ajmera

How do you cook something you are allergic to? Chef Dhaval Ajmera explains

Dhaval Ajmera found himself in a quandary when he first realised back in 2004 that he was allergic to shellfish: It could put paid to …

More countries partner to target ‘zero hunger’ in global south

More than 20 countries committed to a new declaration on agricultural and rural development on Friday, November 2, in a bid to stamp out poverty …

This is how Delhi is about to cut down in food wastage

The Delhi government has told the Supreme Court that it will take some stern — and possibly unpalatable — steps to reduce wastage of food. …

Watch: Man wearing Zomato T-shirt caught food-tampering; company responds

Zomato has acted sternly after a video emerged showing a delivery executive eating food meant to be delivered to customers.

Industry facing a big challenge from aggregators, says MealBox Inc founder Prateek Pawan

“The restaurant industry is currently facing a big challenge from aggregators, who are offering deep discounts,” said Prateek Pawan, a Bengaluru-based former data scientist. This …

‘Colossal human loss’ threatens Asia, Pacific as hunger fight stalls, say UN agencies

Well over half the world’s undernourished people live in the Asia-Pacific region, making it a critical part of the global push to end extreme hunger and malnutrition in line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs), cautioned a new United Nations report on Friday, November 2.

Looming famine in Yemen could put two million mothers at risk of death: UN agency

The critical difficulties in accessing food in Yemen, and other hardships caused by the ongoing conflict, could lead to the world’s worst famine ever, and place up to two million malnourished, pregnant and lactating women at risk of death, the UN sexual and reproductive health agency, UNFPA, said on Thursday, November 1.