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John Laurenson

Latest Stories from John (40)

French startups take advantage of unsold food rules

by John Laurenson Oct 21, 2019
France passed a law three and a half years ago requiring supermarkets to donate unsold food to the needy instead of throwing it away, making it a leader in the fight against food waste.
Chef Solène Gallard at Refettorio.
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Organic farming near hives can help bees, study says

by John Laurenson Oct 18, 2019
Scientists in France may have found a means of averting bee colony collapse.
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Police say pickpocketing is on the rise in Paris

by John Laurenson Jun 28, 2019
City of Light ... fingers?
French police officers detain a man suspected of pickpocketing in Paris during a 2015 crackdown on pickpockets and street scammers targeting mostly tourists.
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Naples pizza makers embark on an education campaign

by John Laurenson Jun 13, 2019
The original pizzas were topped with oil, cheese, basil and lard.
A Neapolitan pizza made with lard.
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Food innovators in Denmark look to the future of food

by John Laurenson May 17, 2019
The country has prioritized culinary innovation in recent years.
Chef Rasmus Munk
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The master craftsmen tasked with repairing Notre Dame

by John Laurenson May 9, 2019
The specialist skills have been passed down from generation to generation.
Apprentice Enzo Degouet learns old metal roofing skills.
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In Denmark, long opening hours for unstaffed libraries

by John Laurenson Apr 3, 2019
Almost half of Denmark's libraries are open 24 hours a day.
Almost half of Denmark's libraries are open 24 hours a day.
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The Danish hotel helping recovering addicts get back on their feet

by John Laurenson Mar 14, 2019
Hotellet, in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, is a hotel that trains and employs recovering drug addicts, helping its staff work and reconnect with the wider community. At $74 a night, which includes a Scandinavian breakfast, the rooms are inexpensive…
Joachim, 19, who works in the 'Hotellet,' sits in a room of the hotel in Copenhagen, 09 January 2007.
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How a recent ban on gambling in Albania is impacting the country

by John Laurenson Feb 18, 2019
At Albania's betting shops, people could gamble on everything from soccer to the gender of the next royal baby.
This picture taken on December 19, 2018, shows a man removing a sign from a betting establishment in downtown Tirana, Albania.
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The "Nordic Diet" goes mainstream in Denmark

by John Laurenson Feb 13, 2019
The "Nordic Diet" is a way of eating that gourmet chefs in Scandinavia started championing about 15 years ago.
The "Nordic Diet," made popular by Scandinavian chefs, consists of whole grains, berries and vegetables like celeriac.
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