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South Africa’s top restaurant for 2018 named
Food24 Content Producer Katy Rose attended the event and brings us all the results, directly from the audience.
CTICC to get water purification plant
Cape Town – The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.
This as its water-saving initiatives have resulted in a 30% saving. The plant is currently in its test phase of implementation.
Water restrictions implemented after Pretoria residents failed to use water sparingly
Calls to conserve water fell on deaf ears, now Rand Water has no choice to but to restrict all Tshwane water meters
Salmonella infections declined after NYC required restaurants to post inspection grades
In New York City, Salmonella infections declined after the city health department mandated that restaurants post inspection letter grades in their windows, according to findings published in Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Previously filthy Tshwane Fresh Produce Market on the rebound
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga and senior municipal officials conducted an in-loco inspection of ‘the second largest market’ in South Africa.
Swarms of Cape bees die
Bees have been dying in their thousands along the Cape peninsula. Commercial bee farmers experienced a huge number of honeybees dropping dead right outside their hives over the past week.
Cage-free eggs are out, pastured ones in as tastes change, again
The bar is rising for what’s considered a happy chicken, sparking the hottest trend in the market: the pasture-raised egg.Pastured eggs come from hens that spend most of their time outdoors, dining on bugs and taking dust baths while also indulging in their favorite activities, l
Durban eatery confirms salmonella poisoned its patrons
Old Town Italy confirms salmonella poisoning of more than 20 patrons two weeks ago
To Wash or Not to Wash – That is the Turkey Food Safety Question
Many people think that washing their turkey will remove bacteria and make it safer. However, it’s virtually impossible to wash bacteria off the bird and juices that splash during washing can transfer bacteria onto the surfaces of your kitchen, other foods and utensils. This is ca
Cow heads citizen's arrest leads to new policy for city traders
City of Joburg will introduce a new informal street-trading policy by March next year. This follow the uproar over the recent citizen's arrest by mayor Herman Mashaba of a man transporting bleeding cow heads in a trolley which polarised many South Africans...
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