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Online

As more people take the plunge into a zero waste lifestyle, online stores and delivery services have been popping up and making it easier than ever to make the switch. Plastic free shopping doesn’t have to be limited to your location, so we’ve selected some of the best places online for you to stock up on your sultanas, spices, shampoo and soap. If you know of a great online store or delivery service, give us a shout!

Inn Zero Waste

Inn Zero Waste is the brainchild of Luke and Nick. They were frustrated with the amount of waste produced on a day-to-day basis and wanted to make the benefit of a zero waste store accessible to all. So they thought to themselves: if not now, when? Inn Zero Waste believes if we want single-use plastics and the generation of waste to become a thing of the past, the alternative needs to be accessible, convenient and cheap. This is the inn's purpose – to make it convenient, accessible and simple for everyone to make zero waste choices and reduce the waste generated in our day-to-day lives.

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GoodFillas

GoodFillas is a refill delivery service currently operating in Oxfordshire and the London Borough of Haringey, with the aim of reducing single use plastic through their easy and convenient refill delivery service. Their refill product containers get cleaned and reused after each drop, ensuring that no plastic is going to landfill. They recognise it’s sometimes difficult to change the way you do things, but with help they hope to make it easy to switch to a reduced plastic way of life. Big changes start with small steps.

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Wearth

Wearth was launched in 2017 and they now partner with over 250 independent UK brands that make contemporary eco-friendly and ethical products, making it easier for you to shop and live more consciously. From natural beauty products and zero waste essentials to jewellery made from recycled silver, you can discover a wide collection of sustainable products that are hand selected by their London team with quality and style in mind.

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Anything But Plastic

Anything But Plastic aims to bring together individual brands and companies producing plastic free products, and provide a platform for the average consumer to purchase their goods. ABP believes cutting down on plastic should not have to be hard, inconvenient or time consuming, and you can even buy gift vouchers to help inspire others to go plastic free with you!

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The Kind Store

The Kind Store is a curated selection of vegan, natural and sustainable essentials to help you live a lower footprint and cruelty-free lifestyle. They try and test every product in-house, and stock over 100 independent and zero waste brands. They are also home to The Kind Box, each one filled with the best vegan and eco products and available on a one-off or subscription basis. They also post your parcels plastic free, are vegan owned and operate transparently in everything they do.

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Zero Waste Club

After feeling frustrated and let-down by the extent of the damage we've done to our environment, two friends - Rishi and Pawan - went in search of answers. While the markets are changing slowly, they noticed that many products that are eco-friendly are given a luxury label. They also found that many products sold under the “eco” label tend to stretch the definition of sustainability. Thus they decided to start their own journey to produce truly sustainable, beautifully designed, ethical and vegan essentials at affordable prices. Zero Waste Club was born! They wanted to do more than just make beautiful eco-friendly products, so they’re going to make the most transparent, ethical, sustainable goods company on earth. They plan to open up their supply chain fully for everyone to see, and show that there is a nicer way to do business.

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No Plastic Shop

Founded by Bryonie in the wilds of Dartmoor, the No Plastic Shop focuses on plastic free essentials for the home, including the best that Devon and Cornwall has to offer. Knowing that modern life can make choices much harder, Bryonie wanted a shop that could help people make the small personal changes needed to tread more lightly upon the world. Dartmoor is a uniquely beautiful and wild landscape which has inspired the makers who live there. No Plastic Shop wants to bring those makers to a wider audience by featuring local businesses and sharing the best plastic free and zero waste goods that Dartmoor and the surrounding area has to offer. In the shop you can find ethical brands such as Bambu, Hydrophil and Funky Soap, alongside local sustainable businesses like the Dartmoor Soap Company and Cornish based Scence Skincare.

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Zero Waste Path

In 2016, Bianca and Giulio decided to try and live a zero waste life. Along the journey they found themselves making more and more of their own products, and learning about ingredients, processes and materials. By 2018, Zero Waste Path was born. At ZWP they don't outsource anything, manufacturing all of their own products in their workshop, and selecting their own suppliers so they can directly control their level of sustainability.

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Eco Refill

At EcoRefill they believe that everyone deserves to be able to make environmentally friendly choices, both conveniently and cheaply. Enough of the endless plastic packaging and throwaways which are unavoidable at the supermarkets! They hate landfill, ocean-fill, any-fill that’s not refill! From oregano to olive oil, pasta to pepper, they wonder why we couldn’t buy these without waste. So two sisters, Florence and Olivia,  founded EcoRefill. to make it easier and more accessible for everyone to be able to make zero waste choices from the comfort of their home, whilst positively impacting the world around them.

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EcoVibe

EcoVibe was born out of frustration with the growing plastic crisis. A group of friends (Anya, Amy, Becky and Gabriela) working together in Leeds decided to do something about it. They set out to create EcoVibe as a clear, honest place where people could easily find truly eco-friendly alternatives. In September 2018 they launched the EcoVibe website with a small range of items, and since then they’ve grown their product range to hundreds of items. While the focus is still on cutting out plastic, they also consider the ethics, carbon-footprint and sustainability of every product added.

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