A New Restaurant in Berlin Sells Food No One Wants
Completely Happy (Restless Glücklich) is all about reducing food waste.
As a report in Huffington Post points out, the not-for-profit eatery, which opened in Berlin, Germany in May, hosts workshops to teach people how to waste less food at home and creates their menu based on 70 to 80 percent of the ingredients used are donations from wholesalers and supermarkets that don't want the items on their shelves. It's safe, but might not be pretty or as fresh or might be close to the expiration date. The topline is that shoppers would pass them by.
Tailgating: A big-ticket opportunity even for winter
Football fans attending live games often reach stadium parking lots hours before the games.
Football fans attending live games often reach stadium parking lots hours before the NFL contests – for their pre-game feasts. They resemble survivalists, dressed for cold weather and with grills (gas or charcoal), chairs, canopies, meats, vegetables, beer, soda, and more. In fact, Tailigating.com reports that 51% arrive three to four hours before the game. And with a hefty bowl game schedule in full force this week and next, college football fans will be raring to go! And retailers can get involved...
Celebrate New Year's Allergy Free
Food allergies are an issue year round, but SupermarketGuru wants you to stay safe when ringing in the New Year.
Just in time for New Years and the Super Bowl, these chicken "nuggets" are perfect for parties as well as a main dish over rice or vegetables. They cook up nice and tender with a crisp outside, and the sauce packet is just right, not too sweet as so many are. Watch my full review.