The Barcelona start-up that makes vegetable foods more palatable. According to a recent study by The Green Power, in Spain there are already 3.5 million people who follow a vegan diet, vegetarian or “flexitarian” (as it is called those who have greatly reduced the consumption of original animal products) and, faced with such a promising […]
The future building will start at the end of the following year with the aim of attracting local merchants dedicated to KM0 products Mercabarna will invest 5.5 million euros in an organic market for wholesalers. The future building, which had already been announced a year ago, will start at the end of 2019. It will be put […]
For the first time, technology addictions are also under consideration The 19th action plan for drugs in Barcelona fights illegal goods such as alcohol. However, for the first time addictions technologically wise are also under consideration in this fighting addictions plan. The plan is the guideline to reduce use of drugs in the city for […]
Is the Mediterranean diet as healthy as claimed to be? Recent discoveries show that it might just be a myth seen from a marketing point of view. If you live in Barcelona – or plan to do so – you will probably adapt to Spanish lifestyle the city offers; with the Mediterranean diet becoming your new way […]
Public services workers who have children through surrogacy can now claim for maternity and paternity leave It’s great news for Catalonian couples who are opting for surrogacy. The Generalitat of Catalunya has officially agreed to recognise maternity and paternity leaves of public workers for births done through this method. A surrogacy, or simply known as “rental belly”, is a process in which a […]
2016 was by far the year of Trump, Brexit and many more ridiculous events. Food also had its own shine of foolishness. Here’s 3 types of food that needs to be terminated in 2017! Spain had its fair share of ridiculousness this past few years, with a stream of food trends that took over our bars, […]
The In the last year, the air quality in Barcelona has fallen dramatically, surpassing the acceptable threshold set by the World Health Organisation.
Last weekend, more than 29,000 people gathered to run the annual 7.8km distance in aid of breast cancer. This year had more women running that ever.
Possibility of opening more hospital beds The council’s health commissioner, Gemma Tarafa, has said there is margin to open many more beds in Barcelona hospitals. A survey by the government has discovered that 41 of 84 of the city’s health providers are private. Tarafa has suggested there is a change in the model of private […]