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?
In Sweden this year, ordinary burgers and hotdogs are meeting competition from locally hunted wild boar and other more eco-friendly wild meats such as moose and red dear, as consumers start to turn away from meat factories that mistreat animals and are not ecologically minded.
Starbucks is using their windows as interactive displays to engage consumers and teach them about Tazo Tea. Consumers use the window to play a game where their selected character guides them through an adventure to discover the unique ingredients in each of Tazo’s three new teas.