Zero-packaging grocery store opens in the UK

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We’re seeing growing numbers of projects that aim towards a zero waste future, whether that’s turning used coffee grounds into reusable cups (to be filled once again with coffee) or a lamp that’s built from its own packaging, and now a grocery store in the UK is turning consumers’ attention to food packaging. The Zero Waste Shop in Totnes, South Devon, offers a range of organic-certified produce, dried goods, oils and vinegars (even a nut grinder for customers to grind up their own almonds), with the difference being that customers are encouraged to bring any and all of their own…

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