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Wednesday, 27 May 2015 09:16

Thought for Food

Un après-midi, de passage chez un marchand de rue, j’ai pu récupérer deux ballots de feuilles de légumes et d’autres résidus verts, qui étaient destinés à la poubelle. Cela représente quelques jours de nourriture pour mes lapins domestiques.
Published in Blog
Friday, 18 October 2013 07:59

Dear Shakespeare : The love of food

My dear Billy,
The story of man’s experiments with food dates back to the very days when God, in his creating spree, created the first man and the first woman on earth, and told them they could eat anything they found around them, all except one.
Published in Blog
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:32


The role of young people in the agricultural sector has been debated extensively and for good reasons. Youth unemployment in Mauritius, especially in the agricultural sector is a huge challenge with potentially severe consequences. The food sector is the most important sector in any country and the questions that arise here are who are going to replace the farmers on the fields in the coming years, how to increase and encourage youth participation and interest in agriculture and what makes the bad image of agriculture among the youngsters.
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St Antoine is a small sugarcane village between Goodlands and Poudre d’Or. It lies off the main road. With the development of Goodlands new traffic and shopping centre it seems to be part of it as the construction of buildings continues and has nearly merged with it.
Published in Magazine
Friday, 21 December 2012 11:19

Food - Beware of festive periods

Festivities mean food for most of us! 'Fast-Food,' barbecue, rich meals, among others, will top the festivities menu.
Published in Health
Sunday, 18 November 2012 09:14

A question of survival

There is nothing new in the Budget 2013 to cater for both the poor and the middle class, who are having more and more problems to make both ends meet.
Published in Point de Vue
Food has now become something quite complex. In essence, it was traditionally considered as an element for survival and was portrayed as something that must be hunted and prepared to make it through another day.
Published in Society
Friday, 16 December 2011 15:37

Avoiding food poisoning during summer

Mauritius is a tropical country and as a result, food poisoning is quite common here.During summer, the intense heat favours the proliferation of microbes and thus increases the risk of food poisoning.
Published in Health