Posts Tagged ‘Local sourcing’
Fermet restores the lost link between local farmers and customers by using modern technology. Through this renewed direct link the local farmer receives a lot more for his produce and the customer receives a fresher product than usual. Explore Fermet in Antwerpen (BE).
Robuust is like a mix between an old-fashioned neighbourhood store and a hip Whole Foods Market. The system the store uses is pretty straightforward: you come in and either weigh the pots and containers you brought yourself on a scale they provide. You put a sticker with the weight of the jar on it and at the checkout every jar is scanned and the weight is deducted of the total purchase. Explore Robuust! in Antwerp (BE).
Au Bout du Champ is a click and collect concept dedicated to fresh products and prepared foods. The retailer explores a new approach by combining the best of modern digital formats with traditional foods (local, fresh, natural products). Discover Au bout du champ near Paris (FR).
Fresh food grocery in which all food items come from within 150 miles of Washington. Includes Sit Down Wine/Beer/Coffee Bar in addition to fresh food kitchen, storage and custom retail displays for produce and dry goods. Explore Glen’s Garden Market in Washington DC (US)
Cru, a new concept from the Colruyt brand, has created an atmosphere of a market hall with a quirky selection of fresh products. Breads are made in house and coffee is roasted in the store itself. Food craftsmanship has been integrated and the shop focuses on the interaction between customers, employees and partners. Explore CRU in Overijse near Brussels (BE).
SIMON&ME has a clear aesthetic vision and each piece is designed and developed from scratch in Berlin. The product are the result of craftsmanship and passion, they are made to fit our lives, longer than a seasonal fling and stronger than a temporary trend. This space is an appropriate environment for these honest products made of outstanding and unique materials. Visit SIMON&ME in Berlin (DE).