That’s why Raphael Fellmer and his partners Martin Schott and Alexander Piutti founded SirPlus. As CEO, the former anti-consumerism activist is now promoting sustainable consumption. The small business may not be making a profit yet, but, thanks to reliable partners like METRO Cash & Carry Berlin, over 150 other retailers and producers, numerous voluntary interns and other helpers, SirPlus has survived its first 6 months in good shape. Up to 600 customers pour into the little shop in Berlin each day to buy surplus fruit and vegetables, packaged snacks and, more recently, chilled food at a fraction of the normal price. The nationwide online sales service has also got off to a good start. Fellmer hopes to expand this service over the coming months. And he is already looking for locations for more shops in Berlin and other cities. The aim is to open 35 shops across Europe in the next 5 years. In the future, Raphael Fellmer also hopes to win over chefs to the cause and wants to position SirPlus generally as an advisor on the issue of rescuing food. Why is Fellmer promoting his company with such dedication? "My dream is that one day everyone will have enough to eat. So we can’t afford to throw away surplus food any more."