2014年01月09日

Restaurant Uses Food That Was Headed to the Trash


rub and stub restaurantA restaurant in Copenhagen is giving new life to food that supermarkets have dubbed unworthy. According to BBC News embroidery logo, Rub & Stub eatery only serves food that grocery stores refuse to put on shelves based on expired sell-by dates, imperfections, and overstocking cloud. All proceeds from Rub & Stub go to charity and most of the staff is made up of volunteers. Only the project manager and head chef are paid by the funding nonprofit company Retro. Freeganism, a lifestyle choice in which people eat and use wasted products, has gained popularity in recent years, but this may be the first-ever full service restaurant that sources its food from what would otherwise go to the trash.

Would you eat at Rub & Stub CCIBA?



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