German supermarket removes all foreign groceries from its shelves to make a point about racism

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The supermarket was stripped of all foreign food (CEN)

supermarket in Germany has taken all foreign groceries off its shelves to show how just little would be left for people to buy if racists got their own way.

The Edeka supermarket in Hamburg made the move to make a point about the narrow-minded views of racism.

All foreign products were cleared from the shelves on Saturday, with the supermarket temporarily only selling German products.

Small signs were placed around the supermarket with messages that read: “This shelf is quite boring without variety.”

The salad bar in the supermarket had a sign saying “our selection knows borders today”, leaving customers unable to buy tomatoes from Spain or olives from Greece.

The cheese counter had a sign that said: “So empty is a shelf without foreigners.”

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