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BE DELICIOUS, Belgian food artisans

BE DELICIOUS is a joint venture of Belgian food producers, who are eager to share their passion for the Belgian cuisine with the rest of the world.

BE Delicious or how to promote the strong Belgian food culture through shrimp croquettes…

BE Delicious is a new joint initiative of a number of companies and individuals who want to promote the Belgian food culture around the world via a number of typical Belgian products like shrimp croquettes. 

Belgium, home to a true beer paradise

There is no doubt that Belgium is the country for beer. With its 150 breweries, ranging from small family breweries through medium-sized companies to big internationals, it offers a range of beers with highly contrasting tastes and flavours.

The leading global brewer? Belgian of course!

Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s leading brewer and is also one of the world’s top five consumer goods companies. 

The Belgian frozen vegetables sector, a European market leader

The story of the Belgian frozen vegetable sector started in 1965 with the first company to start producing frozen vegetables. Since then the number of frozen vegetable companies in the Belgian vegetable-growing region of South and West Flanders has grown to twelve.

Belgian mineral water of international renown

The international group Spadel produces and sells natural mineral water and lemonades. In 2009 SPA natural mineral water obtained the first European Quality Prize for Natural Mineral Water out of around 2,000 different types of water in Europe.

The biggest chocolate factory in the world is Belgian

The Barry Callebaut Company began with the Callebaut family back in 1850. This highly entrepreneurial family founded a chocolate company in 1911 to add to its existing dairy and brewery. A century later, the family company had grown into an international company.

The world renown of Belgian chocolate

Belgian chocolate enjoys worldwide fame. And with just cause: Belgium is the country that ‘discovered’ the praline and no other country has more chocolatiers. Belgium is home to a multitude of the greatest names in the world of chocolate.

EU approves Belgian Innovation in healthy chocolate

Barry Callebaut, owning the biggest chocolate factory in the world which is located in Belgium, received the right to use the first health claim in the cocoa and chocolate industry.

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.

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