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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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Listers Farm Shop

Lister’s Farm Shop is all about local produce. Because we’re a family who are close to the land, it’s vitally important to us that we know where everything comes from. With this in mind we have filled our shelves with a wide selection of wonderful Yorkshire produce. Most of the meat we sell comes from […]

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Rice Up Wholefoods

We are an independent wholefoods grocery store located in the heart of Southampton, Hampshire, specialising in vegan, zero waste and gluten-free products. Our Mission To provide access to affordable, ethical groceries (especially staple foods), and to increase the range of such goods available in the Southampton area To promote an ethical and sustainable lifestyle in […]

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The Onion Barge (Near Paddington)

We are Mike and Emma and together we run The Onion Barge. We deliver fresh organic fruit and vegetables and other wonderful, tasty and eco friendly stuff to boats (and houses) along the canal in London. We love organic fruit and vegetables because they are grown in a sustainable way without nasty synthetic chemical sprays […]

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Bare Bazaar (Delivers in Ashford)

Bare Bazaar is for those seeking a plastic free, zero waste and greener lifestyle Ashford in Ashford and the surrounding areas in Kent. The creation of Bare Bazaar grocery in Ashford is in response to the growing demand for packaging and plastic free foods within society. We launched at Ashford Farmer’s Market (1st Sunday of […]

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The Green Backyard Food Shop

The Green Backyard is a vibrant community growing project in the heart of Peterborough, established in 2009. From this urban space we have transformed a once derelict former allotment site into a beautiful and productive community garden that is open to everyone. We are passionate about sustainability and work to raise awareness of environmental issues […]

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NADA

At NADA. we will offer a convenient and friendly store and encourage you to bring your own containers, glass jars and bags to refill directly from a bulk supply of various dry goods, liquids and household products. Buying in this way, not only helps reduce single use plastics being used but also helps stop food […]

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