How Denmark's "Expired" Supermarket is Reducing Food Waste
on 10 March 2016
A new supermarket in Denmark called WeFood is taking a surprising approach to reducing food waste: it only stocks groceries that are past their “sell by” date. The market sources its products from other supermarket chains that throw out perfectly edible goods. WeFood then sells it to customers at steeply discounted prices, with profits going to DanChurchAid, an organization alleviating global poverty. Read more about the forward-thinking business at Design Indaba.