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Australians have dipped into Britain's woes about its famous Marmite spread with relish, reigniting the long-brewing rivalry with Down Under's iconic Vegemite.
 
Our freezers runneth over: Explaining the US food surplus
Warehouses, distribution centers and grocery stores are overflowing with some food staples, such as milk, eggs and frozen fruits and vegetables, the result of increased production and decreased exports. Take dairy, for example: With the most milk ever produced in the U.S. -- about 24 billion gallons -- that means there are record amounts of butter and cheese.
 
Helping those at risk of social exclusion with a novel vending machine
Mariusz Wojtowicz has been working for MONAR for the last few years. Founded almost 40 years ago by the Polish humanist and psychologist Marek Kotanski, MONAR is a non-governmental organization operating across Poland. Specializing in addiction therapy and prevention, the organization helps people who are homeless or addicted to alcohol or drugs.
 
The Flynn McGarry way
With extraordinary professional skills and a mature attitude despite his young age, Flynn McGarry has taken the world by storm, putting professional chefs and critics alike in awe of what he is able to bring to the table -- literally.
 
Reviving tradition, Arab beer brewers make mark
It took gumption to pour millions of dollars into starting a brewery in an overwhelmingly Muslim country where many frown on consuming alcohol.
 
A dream-come-true chocolate
With our hearts still content after the Moon Festival weekend, fall has finally made its way to Taiwan.
 
Pizza robots begin quest to eliminate humans
Did robots help make your pizza?
 
Young chocolate entrepreneurs emerge in world's cocoa leader
The smell of chocolate wafts from the door of an artisanal shop that would not be out of place in Brooklyn. Founder Dana Mroueh takes in the sun while riding her stationary bicycle-turned-cocoa grinder on an ambitious journey that began just four months ago.
 
Online review site Yelp's star rating system does not make it responsible for negative reviews of businesses because it is based on user input, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday, dismissing a libel lawsuit filed against Yelp by a Washington state locksmith company owner.
 
'Britwurst' sausages sizzling out a niche in Austria
Austrians love their sausages and are fiercely proud of their homegrown "wurst." But this hasn't daunted Englishman Richard Holmes in his quest to get locals to love his bangers too.
 
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