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Glossop Wholefoods

Glossop Wholefoods has a mission to bring you the best in wholesome and nutritious food, drink, healthcare and household essentials from your favourite ethical and planet saving brands, alongside the very best healthy (and not so healthy) produce from your local community. We also cater for a range of different lifestyles and requirements, so you’ll […]

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Re:Store

Re:Store recognises a real problem with the use of plastic and its impact on the planet. Reducing the use of plastic & unnecessary packaging now will help restore and protect the planet for future. We want to help people access a more conscious way to shop with no single-use packaging in sight. Bring your own containers to refill your store cupboard essentials, and explore our wonderful selection […]

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9 ways to make your online food shop more sustainable

Let’s be real with ourselves for a moment, we are so time-strapped that going out of our way and avoiding the convenient choices isn’t always possible. Yet, we desperately need to address our overconsumption and how we choose to feed ourselves and the people we care about. Here 9 ways to do a low impact […]

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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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Zero Waste Shopping in…Chatsworth Road, Hackney

Chatsworth Rd, London E5 0LH Chatsworth Road runs between Homerton and Lower Clapton in the east of the London Borough of Hackney. It is situated a short walk from Millfields Park, the River Lea and Hackney Marshes. It is one of London’s longest high streets. It’s a short walk from Millfields Park, the River Lee, […]

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Unpackaged @ Macknade Fine Foods

Explore 10,000sqft of foodie heaven in Faversham. From craft beers to exotic fruit, fresh bread to local wines, our award-winning food hall has something for everyone! Experience our café, visit our butchery or choose from over 150 different cheeses on our delicatessen. FRUIT & VEGETABLES Our most colourful (and healthy!) department – fruit, vegetables and salads, and […]

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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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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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Pack your Own (Delivers within Stirchley)

Pack your Own is an environmentally sustainable store selling unpackaged groceries at an accessible price for our community. Selling dried foods, such as grains and cereals, chocolate drops, teas, coffee and baking goods, as well as items that reduce the need for single use plastics, such as wooden toothbrushes, reusable cloths and plastic free toothpaste. […]

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Pack your Own (Delivers within Kings Heath)

Pack your Own is an environmentally sustainable store selling unpackaged groceries at an accessible price for our community. Selling dried foods, such as grains and cereals, chocolate drops, teas, coffee and baking goods, as well as items that reduce the need for single use plastics, such as wooden toothbrushes, reusable cloths and plastic free toothpaste. […]

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