Sunneva María Svövudóttir
My Money is a new series looking at how people spend their money - and the sometimes tough decisions they have to make.Here, Sunneva María Svövudóttir from Reykjavik in Iceland, records her spending over a week and shares tips for saving.
People should cut the amount of beef, lamb and dairy produce they eat by a fifth to combat climate change, a report says.But it says if people don’t cut consumption willingly, taxes on meat and dairy might be needed.
Like many farmers, she feels she increasingly has to defend her way of life - particularly during campaigns such as Veganuary.Mrs Chalmers said: ''We do feel under attack.
I can't taste hot drinks or anything sweet and spicy," the 22-year-old tells Radio 1 Newsbeat.It's not something that many people can relate to, with around 5% of the population suffering from a smell disorder.
Many "ready to drink" pre-mixed spirits are packed with excessive sugar and hidden calories and should be subject to a sugar tax like fizzy drinks, health experts say.Action on Sugar is concerned people are consuming more than they should, without realising it.
Family, Food and Community portrays the "resilience" of six families at Pennywell Youth Project's Community Cafe.About 60 images document mealtimes at home and at the centre, sharing the stories of where they live.
Now Ajinomoto has launched a campaign to recover MSG's reputation by taking on an unlikely target - Merriam-Webster's Dictionary.The publisher is being pressed to change "Chinese Restaurant Syndrome".
5 million people, a study by the Quartz business news website found that 41% of all packaged food in the US is certified kosher.Explanations for this include a perception that kosher food is cleaner or healthier, or people's desire for assurance than a product does not include potential allergens such as shellfish.
The inspectors will meet managers at Waverley Mall in Princes Street to assess the mall's pigeon control plans.As many as eight birds have been seen in the court at one time with some even being seen flying at table height.
About half of primary school children in the UK have a packed lunch.And a new study from Leeds University found 98 in every 100 packed lunches eaten by children at primary school failed to meet nutritional standards.
Zhi Zhao, 62 operated the Grace Chinese takeaway on High Street, Cilgerran, despite being banned from running a food business in 2009.Following an inspection in January 2018, council officials found he had been banned by Maidstone council in 2009 from being involved in food businesses.
LNER's Yorkshire-made banger has been criticised by butchers in Lincolnshire
A rail firm has come in for a grilling for serving Lincolnshire sausages made by a butcher in Yorkshire.According to LNER, Ripon-based butcher Taste Tradition has created "a great tasting Lincolnshire sausage using an authentic recipe".
The Italian restaurant chain ASK has been fined for misleading customers about a lobster dish.The Aragosta e Gamberoni (lobster and king prawns) dish contained a mixture of 35% lobster and 34% white fish, plus other ingredients, formed to look like lobster meat, an investigation found.
Yogurt is a great source of probiotics that keep your gut healthy and reduce inflammation, which in turn helps alleviate severe cold symptoms.Add blueberries for an antioxidant boost or sliced banana to up your potassium, which is often depleted when you're running a fever.
Pasi Vainikka at the Solar Foods plant near Helsinki
Finnish scientists producing a protein "from thin air" say it will compete with soya on price within the decade.The researchers say if the electricity comes from solar and wind power, the food can be grown with near-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Greggs said its vegan sausage roll had helped boost sales
Thousands of Greggs staff are set to get a £300 one-off payment after a "phenomenal year", the firm said.Sales growth had been helped by strong demand for its traditional snacks and Greggs' "now iconic" vegan sausage rolls, the bakery chain said.
My Money is a new series looking at how people spend their money - and the sometimes tough decisions they have to make.Here, Chelsea Thomas from California records her spending over a week and shares tips for saving.
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Media captionWATCH: Putting Impossible Food's new plant-based "pork" to the test
A plant-based pork substitute has been launched in Las Vegas by one of the leading "alternative meat" producers.Image copyright
Dim Sum with pork that isn't pork
The new products are designed to comply with kosher and halal rules followed by some observers of the Jewish and Islamic faiths.
Are the days of families tucking into a Christmas pudding after their festive dinner slowly coming to an end?The figures come as Morrisons said its sales fell over the Christmas period amid "challenging" trading conditions.
Burger King has launched its first plant-based burger in the UK - but it is not suitable for vegans and vegetarians.Sam Calvert, head of communications at the Vegan Society, said that not making the new burger fully vegan "seems a missed opportunity".