Zero Waste Stores

Hetu, St Johns Hill

Hetu is a zero-waste vegan shop on a mission to “change the world with one of the most powerful tools at our disposal; our buying power.” Offering whole foods and sustainable reusable items without unnecessary packaging, Hetu is well worth a visit.

Hetu
Photo credit: Hetu

Bulk Market, Dalston – CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RELOCATION

The first zero waste store I visited I was amazed by the variety for sale here from fruit and vegetables to soaps and toothpaste. Currently closed for relocation, the Bulk Market is crowdfunding to create a permanent supermarket with an even wider range of products.

Bulk Market


The Source Bulk Foods, Chiswick

I’ve not yet been to this one but it’s very much on the list – following their success in Australia, The Source Bulk Foods decided to open their doors in Chiswick.

The Source Bulk Foods
Photo credit: The Source

The Source Bulk Foods, Battersea

Excitingly, The Source Bulk Foods have just opened a second shop in Battersea – I can’t wait to pop by and see London’s latest zero waste store for myself.

The Source
Photo credit: The Source

Do you know of any other zero waste stores in London?