There has been many debates about eating out-of-date food, but one supermarket in Denmark is trying to make you do just that.
WeFood in Cophenhagen just opened at the end of last month and it sees people queuing down the street to get in daily.
The food produce comes at 30 to 50 percent cheaper than your average store and most days WeFood actually runs out of food.
According to the Washington Post, the grocery store only sells food past its expiration date or with aesthetic problems like broken packaging or 'ugly' vegetables.
This isn't the first time a store like this has opened though. Daily Table in the states runs a store very similar, and any fans of Jamie Oliver will notice his campaign for this type of work on his show Friday Night Feast.
Well, would you be into this and want to see something like it open in Ireland?