Frustrated by the amount of plastic packaging that just ends up being thrown away after a typical food shop, Ingrid Caldironi decided to take matters into her own hands by opening the London’s first plastic free shop.
Bulk Market stocks more than 300 items in the pop-up shop and it’s not just food. Alongside dried goods there’s bamboo toothbrushes, paper-wrapped toilet roll and even dog food.
Although Bulk Market is currently just a pop-up in the future Ingrid hopes to find more a more permanent base where, alongside selling produce, there will be room for a bee hive as well as community space for meetings and workshops.
Read the full article Zero waste: Inside London’s first plastic-free shop (Via. The Independent)