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1st September 2016 RESPECT FOOD

GRUNDIG LEADS THE WAY IN FIGHTING FOOD WASTE
Across the globe one in nine people go to bed hungry – despite the fact the world produces enough food to feed every mouth on the planet. One of the biggest issues is food waste. An average of 1.3 billion tonnes of edible food is thrown away every year and European households alone toss 27 million tonnes of food in the rubbish annually. Zero Hunger is the #2 topic of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

1st September 2016 INNOVATION FOR THE BETTER™

GRUNDIG INTRODUCES ITS FIRST OLED TV WITH ULTRA-SLIM DESIGN AND ABSOLUTE PICTURE BRILLIANCE.
Grundig is championing its strong innovation and technology credentials at the internationally renowned IFA. Promoting its diverse range of innovative products, Grundig demonstrates how it has successfully transformed from a consumer electronics brand to a forward-thinking, global and full range home electronics manufacturer.

1st September 2016 GRUNDIG PIONEERS INDUSTRY-LEADING KITCHEN DESIGN

WITH CARBON FIBER FINISHES, VIRTUAL USER PROJECTION AND AUTOMATIC OVEN SHELF POSITIONING
Grundig showcases industry-leading kitchen design at this year’s internationally renowned IFA. With a strong design heritage dating back over 70 years Grundig is committed to developing design-led innovations for the home that set it apart in the market. Design-driven innovation is an approach based on the observation that people do not just purchase products, or services, they buy ‘meaning’ – where users’ needs are not only satisfied by form and function, but also through experience.

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