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Australia's pins-in-punnets strawberry crisis prompted a spate of social-media driven hoaxes, but sites like Facebook and Twitter are also helping stir a revival in sales that has left some farmers struggling to meet resurgent demand.

South African villagers tap into trend for 'superfood' baobab

From before dawn, 54-year-old grandmother Annah Muvhali weaves between baobab trees that loom over her rural South African home, collecting fruit that enthusiasts worldwide hail as a "superfood".

Ashes of war to S. Korea holiday gift: Spam Spam Spam

From the front lines of war to a staple of institutional catering, Spam is rarely seen as a gourmet ingredient -- but the canned pink meat holds a unique position in South Korea as a top-selling holiday gift.

Meet Maria Menounos: Cookbook author, TV host, lifestyle expert Special

Greek-American cookbook author, television host, and lifestyle expert, Maria Menounos chatted with Digital Journal about her latest projects, which include Home Chef.

Spanish farmers go nuts for almonds as global demand booms

Surging worldwide demand for almonds is pushing Spanish farmers to replace traditional wheat and sunflower fields with almond orchards, transforming the landscape in the south of the country.

Starbucks finally opens cafe in Italy, home of espresso

US coffee giant Starbucks opens its first branch in Italy on Thursday, with the sprawling Milan 'roastery' at the avant garde of an ambitious plan to conquer the spiritual home of espresso.

The fight to save, not shut, a McDonald's in France

For decades, McDonald's was the brand French people loved to hate.

Caffeine hit: South Korea bans coffee in schools

Students and teachers in South Korea will need to find new ways of staying alert through the long school day, after the government said Friday it will ban coffee sales in schools.

Review: Rockwells is a gem in Pelham, ideal for the whole family Special

Rockwells American Restaurant is a gem in Pelham, New York. It is ideal for friends and family. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: Golden Coach Diner is a gem in Huntington on Long Island Special

On August 23, this journalist was afforded the privilege to dine at Golden Coach Diner in Jericho Turnpike in Huntington, New York.

Let them eat potatoes! Robuchon's recipe for the perfect mash

Mashed potatoes were to Joel Robuchon, the star French chef who died on Monday at 73, what a madeleine sponge cake dunked in tea was to novelist Marcel Proust: a powerful, sensuous reminder of his youth.

'Chef of the century' Joel Robuchon dies at 73

Joel Robuchon, the world's most-starred Michelin chef who tore down kitchen walls to give diners new insights into the art of cooking, died on Monday at 73.

Made in Fukushima: Japan farmers struggle to win trust

The pumpkin is diced, the chicken carved and the eggs beaten into an omelette, but the people preparing the food are not chefs -- they are scientists testing produce from Japan's Fukushima region.

Review: Chef Jonathan Scinto hosts pleasant 'Bloody Bites' food tasting Special

On July 28, Digital Journal has afforded the privilege to be a part of Chef Jonathan Scinto's "Bloody Bites" food tasting event. It was held at The Peninsula Cafe of the Peninsula Golf Course in Massapequa on Long Island.

Neraki recognized as a 'Top 100 Restaurant' on Long Island

Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill in Huntington has a major reason to be festive. It was named as one of the "Top 100 Restaurants on Long Island" by Newsday.
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