This Fashion Company Turned Its Old Clothes into Food

The clothing company grew a five-course fine-dining menu from some old gym clothes
In an effort to prove that its clothes are sustainable and biodegradable, a Swedish clothing company composted its old athleticwear and used it to grow food, which it then served at a pop-up restaurant in Stockholm.

According to The Local, the Houdini Sportswear clothing company prides itself on its sustainable, biodegradable activewear. When customers are finished with their clothes, they can bring the clothes back to the store for repairs, and if the clothes are truly worn-out, the clothes can be composted and turned into soil. To demonstrate the fact that the clothes really are biodegradable and sustainable, the company grew some vegetables and herbs from its old clothes, then got chef Sebastian Thureson to design a vegetarian, fine-dining menu showing off the produce.

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