Food & Drink (183)
The world’s most expensive doggy bag
In Germany, nearly 11 tons of food is thrown away every year. A restaurant in Hamburg has decided to tackle this problem in their very own way by putting a sign on tables informing visitors that they will pay a fine for their unfinished meal (€1 per 50 grams).
Why it matters
In times where a considerable proportion of the global population suffers from hunger or malnutrition, is this is a good way of reminding people of their actions? Is imposing a fine enough to make us more conscious of our disposable and wasteful ways?
Soups and creams brand Knorr has created an open space where anybody can share gastronomic, cultural and ludic experiences. Knorr has joined forces with chefs, nutritionists and cultural entertainers. Among the activities there is cooking, nutrition and healthy shopping workshops. There are also guided visits to markets, exhibitions and product tastings. The Knorr House can be found in Madrid and Barcelona.
Four different drinks manufacturers have untied to launch Frisbox, a multipack that contains five different brands sold together in one pack. Frisbox is available exclusively at Albert Heijn.