Instock Restaurant Prepares Meals with Grocery Store Leftovers

By: Rebecca Byers - Nov 27, 2015
References: & awesomeamsterdam
Instock Restaurant is an innovative new dining concept launched by four friends and coworkers in Amsterdam. The food rescue eatery takes leftover food items from local grocery stores and prepares them into stunning menu items, and as such, the menu changes daily. The four founders of Instock Restaurant met while working together at Albert Heijn, where they became concerned about food waste.

The four retail colleagues got together and presented their business plan for Instock restaurant to the Albert Heijn board of directors, who supported the creation of the unique concept.

In addition to the Instock Restaurant, there is also a takeaway stand called Instock Toko located at Albert Cuypmarkt, as well as the Instock FoodTruck that can be booked for events.