Supermarket Removes All Foreign Food from Its Shelves to Send Powerful Message About Racism

Customers who walked into the Edeka supermarket in Hamburg recently were left surprised when they were greeted by a store that was almost empty, but the small number of products still on display weren’t left there by chance, they were in-fact all made in Germany. It may have looked like the supermarket had run out of items to sell, but what was really going on was a powerful statement against racism.

Other than the few products left on the shelves there were also a few signs placed around the store. One of them read “So empty is a shelf without foreigners,” whilst another read “This shelf is quite boring without variety.”

Edeka’s controversial decision to only display German made food was taken in order to send a powerful message about racism and ethnic diversity and quite clearly it works. After all, a world without some of your favourite foods would suck. What do you think of their stunt? does it make a good point or did it completely miss it?

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