Zero Waste Stores in London

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.

Photo credit: Hetu

Bulk Market, Hackney 

The Bulk Market was the first zero waste store I ever visited I remember being amazed by the variety for sale here from fruit and vegetables to soaps and toothpaste. This was at its original location in Dalston but the zero waste store has now opened up a bigger, permanent supermarket in Hackney 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

Liberté Chérie, Portobello Road

After being recommended by a friend I headed to Liberté Chérie on Portobello Road and was instantly taken by the charm of this little zero waste store.

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