Events

It all started with a happening. Ever since our historically first event at Wenceslas Square in Prague, in the eyes of the public, we are inseparably connected to unconventional happenings. We believe that the best way to draw attention to the issue of food waste is to organize unforgettable events.
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2018

Disco salad

In Stromovka park, we prepared three versions of salads from wonky fruits and vegetable, under the supervision of a chef Michal Hromas. We ate and gave away over half a ton of food. Besides the salad preparation, we organized fermentation workshops, and we drank beer made from bread.

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2017

Jam Session

We prepared 1,000 jars of jam using fruits and vegetables which otherwise would have been thrown away. Apart from jams and chutneys, we also made pickled zucchini, played quiz games, ate fruit and enjoyed music and theatre.

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2015

Wonky Soup

During this happening, we served 2,000 portions of free soup made of vegetables which would have otherwise stayed in the fields due to their aesthetic imperfections. We also reached out to the public via the media to inform people about all the produce which is never even harvested, and to suggest some solutions.

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Czech Christmas Bread With A Twist

On third Advent Sunday in 2015, we were giving away Christmas bread that got rejected by the shops because either the dough didn’t rise enough, or the shape wasn’t quite right. In just two and a half hours we gave away 360 pieces of pastry.

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2013

A Thousand Kilos

In October 2013, we sold wonky vegetables in Prague. People could take full bags of potatoes, carrots or cauliflowers from local farmers for just a symbolic price.

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2013

Feast For A Thousand

We shared a meal at Wenceslas Square in Prague. We ate 450 kilos of wonky vegetables, and for the first time, we have publicly highlighted the issue of food waste.

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