An increasing number of customers prefer to buy offal, which is a much cheaper form of red meat, shopkeepers at the Butcher's Market in Turkey's southern province of Adana have said.
Federal authorities have issued a public health alert about more than two dozen beef, pork and poultry salad and wrap products as a precaution due to possible parasite contamination.
Greek truffles, one of the most expensive commodities on the international market, are quietly winning over aficionados around the world.
Although commercial activity in Greece is still in the fairly early stages, the country's truffles have started attracting connoisseurs of international gastronomy and are slowly but steadily reaching important markets abroad.
Imagine a feast featuring a myriad of dishes bearing names such as potage crème royale, burek, paupiette à la reine, croustade de foie gras à la Lucullus, kebab du Savoy, Ali Pasha pilaf. A chef’s confusion at its finest? Maybe not, but such a feast surely gives clues about the mode of an era. These were some of the dishes that were served at banquets in the last era of the Ottoman Palace.
An Italian national has been fined 466,509 Turkish Liras, equivalent to about 122,200 U.S. dollars, for trying to take 28,960 kilograms of white truffle, a tasty tuber in great demand, out of Turkey without permission, according to a statement by the Istanbul Regional Directorate of Forestry.
At first glance, 2017 was a stellar year for French champagne, with 307 million bottles sold for a record 4.9 billion euros ($6.0 billion) - but many of those growing the grapes see little to celebrate.
Russian president Vladimir Putin could not help laughing when Minister of Agriculture Alexander Tkachov mentioned exporting pork to Indonesia, a Muslim-majority country. During the October 13 meeting on the development of agriculture, Tkachov proposed increasing pork meat exports to Asia. “They (Germany) send half their pork to export.
The number of locations where bird flu cases have been registered has risen to 63, officials say.
As many as 430 000 birds have been infected, most of them having been culled already, according to outgoing Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva.
Most of the locations, based in 9 regions in the country, are in the area of Plovdiv, Bulgaria's second-largest city.