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Organic food is bigger in Germany than in most countries, yet sales total only 5 percent of the nation's groceries market. Can "bio" ever break out of its niche status?
The first supermarket to sell only salvaged food waste has opened in Germany. It marks a small step towards a zero-waste society - but a major shift in social awareness, says DW reporter Irene Banos Ruiz.
The two companies make hundreds of household names - but Unilever says they're better off separate. Kraft Heinz begs to differ - arguing size is everything in the food and consumer products sector.
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