More than half of Northern Ireland’s home cooks are unclear about how to barbeque meat to the correct safe temperatures, according to recently released survey results.

Results revealed that 55 percent of participants didn’t know what temperature meat should be cooked to. Responses ranged from 30 degrees C to 260 degrees C (86 degrees F to 500 degrees F). About half of people surveyed at least occasionally overcooked meat to ensure it was safe to eat.

Research by safefood found fewer than 2 percent of 1,052 adults on the island of Ireland are following all necessary the food safety checks

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The European Union unveiled sweeping new legislation to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent this decade, aiming to turn green goals into concrete action and set an example for the world’s other big economies to follow.

The proposals by the EU’s executive branch, the European Commission, range from the de facto phasing out of gasoline and diesel cars by 2035 to new national limits on gases from heating buildings.

The aim of the “Fit for 55” legislation, commission officials said, is to wean the continent off fossil fuels and take better care of the environment by policy design –

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Napa Salvation Army Culinary Training Academy’s Annual “Out Of The Fire” Two-Night Fundraiser

Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021 – 5:30 p.m.

  • Raymond Vineyards, St. Helena, CA 

Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021 – 7 p.m.

  • The Historic Theatre, Yountville, CA 

From The Salvation Army of Napa Valley:

“The Napa Salvation Army Culinary Training Academy announces the return of Out of the Fire, a one-of-a-kind, two-night event featuring celebrities, guest chefs, an online auction and live music, all with a goal of raising awareness and funds for students in The Salvation Army Napa Valley Culinary Training Academy. 

“The first night, Wednesday, August

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Dive Brief:

  • South Asian food marketplace Quicklly announced on Wednesday the launch of a subscription box with organic Indian grocery items. 
  • The subscription box lets shoppers pick a minimum of $30 of fresh and nonperishable items, like produce and oils, and is available as a one-time, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly purchase. 
  • The new offering by Quicklly comes at a time when online ethnic grocers and food delivery services in the U.S. are expanding. 

Dive Insight:

The subscription box follows the online marketplace’s efforts to expand its customer base as competition catering to Asian shoppers ramps up. Recently, Quicklly partnered with

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