By Giacinto Bottone
Yesterday the ‘United Against Food Waste’ initiative was launched in the Netherlands, as the fight against the quantity of food waste continues. Meanwhile, the Free Café Groningen has been offering free dinners made completely out of leftovers for more than three years already. Continue reading “Groningen’s Free Café continues the fight against food waste”
“Connecting is important, I think we can make a bridge between us and Africa,” said the owner of the Appel&Ei Groningen, who also runs a foundation for disabled children in Africa. Continue reading “Selling vintage clothes to help disabled children in Africa”
Restaurants in Groningen are becoming more focused on creating an experience.
Continue reading “Eat and experience”
The University of Groningen (RUG) battles the newest advertising campaign of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) with humour.
Continue reading “University of Groningen: Humour to the rescue”
After quitting her stressful job, Hielkje Wester decided it was time to pursue her dream. Continue reading “Cats, Coffee and Community”
Controversy surrounding smart billboards in The Netherlands has prompted major brands to assure customers that their privacy remains a priority. Continue reading “Brands claim innocence in response to digital billboard controversy”
The number of coffeeshops in the Netherlands, where smoking marijuana is permitted, is sharply declining as nuisance complaints related to drug tourism continue to mount. Continue reading “‘Coffeeshops’ lose ground as drug-related nuisance complaints grow louder”