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At the Wonderwater Café we learned that in Britain, each person consumes 4645 liters of water daily, and half of it is used to produce food.

The Wonderwater Café at Leila’s East-London Shop is a pop-up space designed to raise awareness around the water-footprint of what we eat and drink. Opened for this year’s London Design Festival, this small but busy eatery sells only a few simple yummy dishes. An idea by Jane Withers and Kari Korkman (both experts on responsibly sourced food), and developed with the help of Dr. Naho Mirumachi (a water expert form King’s College London), the Wonderwater Café is a lovely spot that informs and delights people all in one go.

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