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Throw away replaces take away for Danish restaurant

A restaurant serving dishes made from food about be thrown away by supermarkets and other companies opened its doors in Copenhagen on Tuesday. "We had all worked in kitchens or supermarkets and seen how much food was thrown away, and we wanted to do something about it," said Sophie Sales, a co-founder of "Rub og Stub", which translates as "lock, stock, and barrel". Denmark is already home to an active community of "freegans", people who eat discarded edible food to reduce waste.

Dinner at world's 'top restaurant' leaves dozens wretching

Diners who forked out for a top-notch meal in a Danish restaurant dubbed the world's best eatery got more than they bargained for when dozens came down with a nasty case of food poisoning. The two-Michelin-star Noma restaurant in Copenhagen prides itself on dishes like pike perch and cabbages or wild duck and pear but in February its delights left 63 punters and some staff members vomiting or suffering from diarrhoea, health officials said Friday.
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