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Fillable

Fillable Refill Shop operates on the basis of refill, reuse, recycle. You can refill your own containers with pasta, rice, sugar, cereals, herbs and spices, pulses, dried fruits and nuts and household items to save on single use plastic packaging. We will also be offering a range of household and personal products to help you make […]

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Wholefoods Pantry

Whole-foods but with a difference. Our shop is full of exciting and tasty foods which are all plastic free. Low waste living. The home of Jollybrew tea. Current foods stock list: Nuts: Cashew Nuts (Whole), Almonds (Whole), Flaked Almonds, Ground Almonds, Pistachio Nuts, Brazil Nuts (Broken), Peanuts, Walnuts, Pine Nuts, Pecan Nuts, Hazelnuts Seeds: Linseeds (Flax), Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Chia Seeds, Seed Mix (Chia, Sunflower, Pumpkin and Linseed) Dried Fruit: Apple […]

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Born From Necessity

We are providing our communities with a place to shop differently. Our unique eco refill shop is the first of its kind in our area. We want to encourage shopping that is environmentally sound, community focussed and fairly priced, making it accessible to everyone. Especially helping educate our young children within the family. Let’s think […]

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Sisters Against Plastic Buying Group

Zero waste buying group in Lichfield. Supplying you with dried goods direct from the wholesaler for you to collect in your own containers: Dried goods at wholesale prices and none of the packaging. Join the Facebook group for more information – https://www.facebook.com/groups/330006114418776 Product List (items may vary, please check the Facebook group): White basmati rice organic […]

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True Food Community Co-op Ltd

True Food is a not-for-profit community co-operative based in Emmer Green, Reading, Berkshire. We are owned and run by and for the local community. We sell the full range of weekly groceries and household goods. We sell 50+ products loose without packaging for customers to scoop as little or as much as they like. Customers […]

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Refill

Refill has a concession wall within Windmill Wholefoods Co-operative on Aigburth Road, Liverpool as a permanent base. We will also be doing Farmer’s Markets, pop-up events and offering a pre-order collection/delivery service in other areas of the City. The concession at Windmill opened on 07/11/18- we hope to have the other strands of the business […]

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Infinity Foods Cafe & Bakery

Set in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine, Infinity Foods Shop has one of the largest selection of organic and natural vegetarian and vegan foods in the South East. We also cater for a range of dietary needs, including gluten-free and raw food. All of our fruit and vegetables are organic and as much as possible […]

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Let’s Go Lentil

Let’s go lentil sells wholefoods including grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, herbs, spices and superfoods without the plastic packaging at local highland markets. Products: ​Red Lentils Green Lentils Yellow Split Peas Green Split Peas Chickpeas Red Kidney Beans White Basmati Rice Brown Rice Quinoa Couscous Oats Barley Popcorn Kernels ​Cashew Nuts Hazelnuts Sunflower Seeds […]

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Faringdon Unwrapped

A local co-op providing a place where people can buy zero waste, ethical, sustainable and traceable goods in the quantities needed. Open every Saturday. Almonds Apricots Cashews Dates (organic) Raisins (Organic) Currants (organic) Pulses & Grains Chickpeas Couscous Green Lentils Jumbo Oats Red Lentils Popping Corn Pasta & Rice Arborio Rice (Risotto) White Rice (Basmati) […]

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Zero Waste Market

Zero Waste Market are a refill shop based in Glasgow at 17 Hillfoot Street in Dennistoun. We encourage our customers to bring their own containers and fill up on what we have to offer. We also stock many zero waste household goods to help you avoid single use plastic day to day. Our aim is […]

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