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Godiva continues to sweeten up China’s luxury market


The Belgian luxury chocolatier Godiva continues to rapidly develop its activities in China. Godiva opened its first chocolate boutique in China – at Xintiandi in Shanghai – in 2010. Now, in 2014, they reached the cape of 50 stores on their own account.

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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. Shrimp croquettes ? Yes indeed! You might never heard of a shrimp croquette but it is a unique and well known product in Belgium. Beer, chocolate and waffles are already typically associated with Belgian cuisine and BE Delicious aims at reaching that same status for shrimp croquettes, in Belgium and abroad 

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Belgium: a cheese 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. This is especially the case for the cheese makers. That’s why you probably don’t know – maybe even the Belgians don’t know either – that there are over 300 sorts of cheeses!

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Struik Foods Belgium wins the Award for Best Belgian Sustainability Report


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For each of 15 years,  an award has been given for the Best Belgian Sustainability Report in four categories.  This Award recognises companies that transparently report  their social welfare issues and their environmental impact.

Struik Foods won the Best Belgian Sustainability Report in the category “Small and Medium Enterprises”.

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Honorary doctorate for Margaret Bath of Kellogg Company


On 30 October, KU Leuven’s Faculty of Bioscience Engineering conferred an honorary doctorate on Margaret Bath, Senior Vice President Research, Quality and Technology at the Kellogg Company. The university honoured Ms Bath as a proponent of the ‘triple helix’ model. The ‘triple helix’ model values close bonds between university, industry and government in an innovative society and scientific research.     

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