Albert Heijn Vegetable Alternatives

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Albert Heijn

March 2017

Supermarket Albert Heijn is trying very hard to get their customers to eat more vegetables. In order to make that work, they’ve healthy alternatives made from vegetables. Their assortment contains products like spaghetti alternatives made from courgette and rice alternatives made from broccoli. This way people who find it difficult to eat vegetables, are still able to create their favourite meal, that usually doesn’t contain very much veggies, in a healthy and nutrient way.

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A Supermarket that Rescues Food and Gives it Away for Free

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OzHarvest Market

April 2017

OzHarvest has opened the first supermarket with rescued food. The supermarket gets food from donations from supermarkets, cafés etc. This food is the result of overproduction and would otherwise not be sold. Customers can take the food for free, but can always leave a donation if they want.

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An App that Stimulates Eating Vegetables

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Albert Heijn

April 2017

Dutch Supermarket Albert Heijn is starting a new service called AH Groenteboost, which translates to AH Vegetableboost. This service works with Facebook Messenger. By sending a message in messenger, you can turn the service on. You will then atomically receive various tips and tricks to eat more vegetables. This way the supermarket is aiming to stimulate the consumption of vegetables amongst its customers.

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