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Cloud kitchen Kludio now in Dhanmondi

Kludio is not a food delivery service. It has its own brands that produce their own delicious items. They also manage their own logistics and delivery system to provide with their premium services

Cloud kitchen Kludio now in Dhanmondi

Eating more refined grains increase CVD, death risk: Study

Consuming a high number of refined grains—such as croissants and white bread—is associated with a higher risk of major cardiovascular disease, stroke and death, a new study suggests

Eating more refined grains increase CVD, death risk: Study

PM stresses on balanced food, awareness campaign

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has emphasised on intake of balanced food to meet nutrition demand alongside carrying out awareness building campaigns among the people for it.

PM stresses on balanced food, awareness campaign

Bangladesh, India look at forging closer ties on farm front

Bangladesh and India will look at ways to jointly enhance productivity in the agriculture sector with forward and backward integration in the field. The two countries could also look at expanding ...

A farmer harvests crops with a harvester in Tebunia, Pabna on 3 November 2020 as mechanisation of agriculture helps them harvest more crops in a short time

Five misconceptions about food for kidney patients

Certain misconceptions about dietary habits for kidney patients need to be cleared up

Five misconceptions about food for kidney patients

Dhaka street food

We want hygienic food, not removal of stalls

When it comes to ensuring clean street food, measures should be remedial rather than preventive

We want hygienic food, not removal of stalls

National Food Safety Day

Street food, unhygienic and teeming with germs

Despite its popularity, Dhaka's street food is a health hazard, according to recent research of BARC

Street food, unhygienic and teeming with germs

Diet to overcome 'postcovid-19' complexities

A balanced diet of readily available food can help faster recovery from 'postcovid-19 syndrome'

Diet to overcome 'postcovid-19' complexities

Will 2021 be the year of living sustainably for Europe?

Driving less. Opting for trains instead of planes. Cutting down on red meat and consuming more locally grown food. Buying less but spending more on sustainable products.

Will 2021 be the year of living sustainably for Europe?

Russia plans to raise wheat export tax from 1 March

Traders say Russia’s move will drive up the cost of wheat in importing countries when the pandemic has already reduced incomes, making the world’s poorest especially vulnerable to food poverty

A combine harvests wheat in a field near the village of Kamennobrodskaya in Stavropol region, Russia on 4 July 2019
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