As attention turns to the Cop26 summit and the climate crisis this week, we’re contemplating ways in which to consume more consciously. To help, we're sharing our favourite refill stations, starting with London.
Bring Your Own is Nunhead's zero‑waste destination. With two quaint shops on the same street – one for food, and one for household goods – BYO caters for all of its neighbours' needs.
Liberte cherie 291 is a zero‑waste grocery store on Portobello Road with a focus on fine food. The Choco Haze Spread is a must try.
Re:Store opened in Hackney Downs Studios in February 2019, when owner Megan Adams recognised a need for more conscious shopping.
Harmless was founded by Tami Jarvis in April 2018. Her vision was to create an ‘outreach shop’ where she could talk to the local community about the benefits of switching to a vegan lifestyle as well as reducing plastic and other forms of waste.
The Source Bulk Foods UK has over 450 bulk‑buy foods including organic wholefoods, cooking liquids and oils, healthy snacks and sustainable personal and household products – ideal for those larger trips, or those looking to start their zero‑waste journey.