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Belgium: a cheesy country?

Of course, Belgium has a lot of nice beers. And let’s not forget about their chocolate. But when it comes to other products, Belgians are often too humble.

Remo-Frit cools its products with potato peels

Remo-Frit, a potato processing factory in Beveren Belgium, uses potato peels coming from the potato processing to produce biogas: a very nice example of using a by-product from a food processing plant as a source of alternative energy which is paying for electricity that would otherwise be bought

Vanparys celebrates its 125th birthday

The Belgian Company Vanparys celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2014. This jubilee year was celebrated with a visit to the company’s production center by H.R.H Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Rudi Vervoort, prime minister of the Brussels Metropolitan Government.

Women love beer? Sure they do!

Why do not all women drink beer? That may sound like a naive question, but it isn’t. It is a popular misconception that women don’t like beer. “Brewing is something you do with passion,“ says Belgian beer sommelier Sofie Vanrafelghem –yes, a woman- taking another sip from her beer glass.

The complexity of Belgian chocolate

Time for a little chocolate quiz! Where was the very first praline invented? In Belgium, by Neuhaus. Where is the world’s biggest chocolate factory located? Again, in Belgium: the Callebaut factory in Wieze. Where do you find the most exquisite pralines today? You’ve guessed it: in Belgium.

The potato is a superb product

Belgium is only a small stretch of land along the North Sea. Still, every day and every night 7,500 farmers are growing potatoes there. Planting them, digging them up, keeping them cool, testing and comparing their tastes, improving their growing process.

Belgian Mayonnaise? Simply the best!

How do you recognize a Belgian abroad? They’re the ones asking for mayonnaise with their meals—the French joke with slight disdain over their northern neighbors. Belgians, however, are rightly proud of their mayonnaise and other condiments that give meals an extra tasty, personal touch.

The future of our daily bread

"Feeding the nine billion people on our planet without wheat and other grains is impossible. “In that context our research is fundamental, “says professor Jan Delcour, a world authority when it comes to unlocking the secrets of grains.

Wagralim - The innovation partner for the walloon agrifood industry

Wagralim is the competitiveness cluster for the Walloon agrifood businesses.

Flanders' FOOD - An appetite for innovation

Flanders’ FOOD stimulates innovation in Flemish food companies and their direct suppliers in the food chain. 

Federal agency for the safety of the food chain - Keeping our food safe

The Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (‘FASFC’) preserves the safety and the quality of food in order to protect humans, animals and plants.

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