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Welcome to Belgium, where food equals quality, innovation and diversity.

Food.be is your hub to discover great Belgian food. Find out more about the stories, the farmers and the food processing companies behind Belgian food products.

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Brewery Contreras celebrates its 200th birthday

We, Belgians, love to combine excellent beer with delicious food. Last week, Gavere was the place to be for beer and food lovers. On the occasion of its 200th birthday, the Belgian brewery Contreras organized a huge celebration on August 19th.The brewery exists since 1818 so is even older than Belgium!

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Belgian ice cream conquers the sunny Middle East

What better way to enjoy a sunny summer’s day than with a delicious Belgian ice cream cone? With their hot and sunny climate, it seems only logical that even consumers in the Middle East get to enjoy a bit of the cool Belgian flavor(s)… 

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This was ANUGA 2017

11/10/2017

200 Belgian food and beverage companies proudly present their products to the world at ANUGA 2017, world’s largest trade fair.

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Belgian food companies at ANUGA 2017

Belgian food companies at ANUGA 2017
06/10/2017

ANUGA, the world’s largest food and beverage fair, will take place from 7 – 11 October in Cologne.

At the fair, “Food.be – Small country. Great food.” will showcase the strengths of the Belgian food: diversity, quality and innovation.

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Belgian chocolate for the People of Tomorrow

Belgian chocolate for the People of Tomorrow
28/07/2017

Callebaut®, the Belgian chocolate maker, will spoil the international crowd of festivalgoers during the second weekend of the Belgian techno festival Tomorrowland with the best that Belgian cuisine has to offer: chocolate, beer and pralines.

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La Confiance - Made in Belgium!

La Confiance - Made in Belgium!
17/05/2017

Vitaline had always been a company with high respect for tradition, ingredients, mankind and environment. Recently, the owner found an old family recipe for speculoos that dated back to 1924 and decided to go all the way “back to basics”.

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