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Our food supply systems are altering the profiles of infectious diseases, which is why the columnist believes that it is only a matter of time before another pandemic hits.
Dewakan will be collaborating with local brand @langitcollective for a culinary adventure, as part of the fund-raising efforts of the the World's 50 Best Restaurants' 50 Best for Recovery programme.
Despite the new regulations in place, Malaysians are still eating out, albeit a little more cautiously than before.
The global pandemic has caused a shift in the eating patterns of many people in Europe.
The elderly have the highest Covid-19 mortality rates, but a diet rich in vitamin C, D and zinc can help boost the immune system of older people.
RESTAURATEURS in the Klang Valley say they are in a tight spot with regard to allowing patrons to dine in and ensuring the customers follow the Government’s standard operating procedures (SOP) to curb the spread of Covid-19.The restaurant operators claimed that some diners were not easy to deal with and turned aggressive when reminded to adhere to the SOP.
Covid-19 outbreaks in meat processing facilities in the United States demonstrate the instability of some food chains and how animals are culled in often inhumane ways as a consequence.
Despite recent widespread panic buying and hoarding tendencies, the data shows that there is more than enough food for everyone.
Being homebound for weeks during the MCO has had one particularly strong domino effect: it has forced Malaysians to cook more.
Whether it's purchasing gift cards from popular restaurants or getting small eateries to join the #JomTapau movement, these are small ways you can ensure your favourite restaurant reopens after the MCO.