Gezim Kesaj serves up around 2,000 crêpes a day. Customers at his store in the Albanian capital can choose their own filling.
The Albanian version of crêpes comes with goat’s cheese, tomatoes, olives and oregano.
As meat-addicted dogs and cats threaten to eat us to extinction, some pet food startups are pioneering sustainable puppy snacks based on high-protein, low-emission insects.
Energy and soft drinks are known to contribute to the rise in obesity worldwide. They can be especially harmful to children. It is no wonder, therefore, that the call to ban them for people under 16 is getting louder.
Pepsi, like many companies associated with the more sugary side of life, wants to improve its image. That is one of the reasons why it has moved to purchase the Israeli manufacturing company SodaStream.
Can yogurt be called Greek if it's not made in Greece? The government in Athens faces an uphill battle in defending its creators of the dairy delight which generates billions of euros in global profits.
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