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After decades of living in the country, DW's Louisa Schaefer, from the US, is still baffled at times when in comes to national etiquette norms.
From the president to the German breakfast table: we answer Google's most frequently asked questions about Germany.
Four award-winning ideas for sustainability and social commitment in food shopping.
Too much food worldwide ends up as waste. How can that be prevented? Here are three clever ideas from Germany.
Milk without a carton and pasta from a jar? Zero waste shopping is the latest thing. Ria Schäfli explains how it works.
A Christmas visit to Germans: which rituals are important and why potato salad is part of the festivities.
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Surprised by details Germans take for granted, some newcomers are shocked by the country's supermarket culture.