Whole Foods Market Inc. is an American supermarket chain which exclusively sells products free from hydrogenated fats, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. They also stock a large range of loose fruit and vegetables as well as extensive refill sections with rice, nuts, lentils, pulses. You can also bring your own containers for areas such as the cheese and meat counter, coffee bar and baked goods.
A zero waste and health shop selling natural remedies, bulk whole-foods, nuts, pulses, dried fruit, pasta, rice and loads more. They also stock refillable cleaning supplies and toiletries to help us minimise packaging and to offer customers a zero-waste way of shopping.
In addition to Sustenance’s market stall, Katie also runs the zero waste pop-up shop at Portico Kitchen. With an aim to sell organic, plastic-free groceries from sources as local as possible, Sustenance is on a mission to harness the power of consumer action and convert the way we shop on a daily basis. You can buy as little or as much as you like and Katie stocks a range of cereals, dried fruits, spices, nuts, chocolate, cosmetics and loads of other plastic-free goodness. The pop-up shop is open every Tuesday from 11:30-13:30, 18:00 - 19:30 and Saturdays 10:00 - 15:00.
When wandering around the markets of South London, chances are you’ll come across Katie Pitts and her zero waste stall. With an aim to sell organic, plastic-free groceries from sources as local as possible, Sustenance is on a mission to harness the power of consumer action and convert the way we shop on a daily basis. You can buy as little or as much as you like and Katie stocks a range of cereals, dried fruits, spices, nuts, chocolate, cosmetics and loads of other plastic-free goodness. The stall is open every Sunday from 9:30-14:00.
Herne Hill’s first zero waste shop is run by Jess. With an aim to help customers reduce their single-use packaging waste, one jar at a time. Jarr Market’s mission is to cut down on unnecessary food packaging. All of their items are sold packaging-free. Bring your own container, weigh your food and buy only what you need. Jarr Market also sells a range of toiletries, cleaning products and re-usable containers
Set in an iconic old pharmacy overlooking Clapham Common, The Common Cafe is an eco-lifestyle store, cafe and bakery making organic artisan bread, sandwiches, patisseries and cakes fresh every morning. Veggie and vegan options are available and their zero-waste section offers refills of grains, pulses, nuts, spices, herbs and cleaning products. Everything they sell is palm oil free too, so you can ensure you’re doing your bit for the rainforest, and for biodiversity.
Naked Larder came about through a real need to change our shopping habits. They sought a new way to shop, a way that would reduce the huge volumes of packaging, in particular plastic, and reduce energy intensive recycling as much as possible. The founder, Phili Denning, has created a place where people can come to source everyday food and household items with minimal packaging, and connects like-minded people who wish to do their part to minimise the impact humans are having on the environment.
Pipoca Vegan is a crêperie and zero-waste shop in Brixton, stocking loose-leaf teas, nuts, seeds, pulses, as well as loads of great household products to fill your own containers. In addition to sweet and savoury vegan crêpes, they have seasonal and daily specials which include tasty combos like jackfruit & sweet potato curry, plus a vegan English breakfast on the menu.