lørdag, juni 16, 2007

Trendwatching Juni/Juli

"(STILL) MADE HERE"

Siste utgave av Trendwatching ser på endel produkter
som fortsatt produseres i sine hjemland, og derfor ikke
har behov for transport som på bildet over.....temaet er:

(Still)MadeHere.......her er et par gode eksempler:


What works for bananas, works for eggs. Aptly naming their site
wheresyoursfrom, UK-based Chippindale Foods was the first company
to offer customers full egg traceability.
Also check out intermediary MyFreshEgg, which aims to be bringing the
same services to a host of farms and egg producers.

Egg som har en kode for å spore til gården med hønene,
Her er en av gårdene:.....klikk på bildene for mer info.

Oppdrett av scampi i Rotterdam, hvor de bruker
varmvannet fra et kraftverk:

Back to edibles: Dutch start-up Happy Shrimp
is Europe’s first tropical shrimp farm, located in the
very non-tropical port of Rotterdam.
Promising fresh (‘superfresh’) shrimp, aimed at local
restaurants, the business is taking on low cost shrimp
farming in Asia. It does so by smartly capitalizing on
trends that the competition may find hard to latch on to.



......ferdig opplegg for eget mini hønseri:

To completely eliminate transit between source and table — and the need for
egg traceability labels — British Omlet brings hens to consumers' gardens and
fresh eggs to their table every morning.
The company designed a hen kit for urban and suburban.
..........les mer