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Restaurants in China lacing food with opium
A total of 35 restaurants across China are under investigation after being found to have used opium poppies as a seasoning
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Noma’s Sydney pop up sells out in two minutes
Tickets for the Danish restaurant’s ten-week stint in Australia were snapped up in record time

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Krispy Kreme looks to Asia for expansion
It has been a year of expansion for Krispy Kreme, the brand announced in February it had reached the 1,000 store milestone, including more than 700 international stores.

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Architecture enthusiasts mourn the loss of the iconic Okura Tokyo Hotel
After over 50 years as an icon of mid-century luxury, Tokyo’s Okura Hotel has succumbed to the call of the developers

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Onion prices cause headache for Indian government
The price of one of India’s key asset classes is rocketing, and it is the government that will feel the pressure

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Viagra found in Chinese alcohol
China has been hit by yet another food safety scandal, as more than 5,300 bottles of spirits were seized by investigators

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Dim sum domination
Dim sum master Mak Kwai Pui is on course for global recognition with restaurant Tim Ho Wan, following the brand’s opening in Sydney, the first of its restaurants outside South-East Asia. Elly Earls meets the man behind the world’s least expensive Michelin-starred food

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