Zero waste: German supermarket sells only salvaged food

This is an interesting idea if you care about the environment or if you care about new business ideas. This is a supermarket in Germany that generates no waste. In fact the food is salvaged. It’s sort of like food recycling. This may sound off putting to you but be sure to read before deciding for sure. You never know before you find out the details.

Key Takeaways:

  • Customers can decide what to pay for this salvaged food.
  • There are three stores like this in the European Union altogether.
  • Expiration dates are only suggestions for consumers.

“A new kind of supermarket opened in Cologne Germany this year. The supermarket, The Good Food, is different because they only sell salvaged food that would have been thrown away or left to rot.”