Food & Drink (183)
Scrap is ready!
“cucinaeco.wordpress.com” is a blog talking about a new ecological way of eating: cooking nothing but the scraps and baking them in the dishwasher (well closed in a jar).
Why it matters
Is this a way of transforming garbage into something useful, making people more conscious about how much waste they produce daily? What if brands made their products long-lasting, giving people advice about the re-utilisation or recycling of their products?
At Pub Borsa in Turkey, drinks prices change frequently as they are determined in a similar way to the stock market through the current demand for them in the bar. The less popular a drink becomes the cheaper it becomes. The prices are presented on electronic monitors where they are continuously changing and being monitored.
Austrian food retailer Billa have recently started offering child-sized versions of their regular products. They’ve also produced a child-specific communication channel in the form of a website and a magazine called ‘Bil + Lara’.