Zero Waste Stores in London

The zero waste stores in London that will have you reducing your waste in no time. Use this map to find the one that’s nearest you!


Bulk Market

Location: Hackney

Bulk Market was the first zero waste store I ever visited in London and I remember being amazed by the variety for sale at its original location in Dalston but it’s now opened up a bigger, permanent store in Hackney with an even wider range of products.

Bulk Market

BYO

Location: Tooting

Although I’ve not yet been to BYO, what I like is that they have a full list of products on their website so you can see what they sell before you go!

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Gather

Location: Peckham

This is the cutest looking zero waste store and I love that it goes above and beyond conventional stores – not only can you buy packaged free goods but you can borrow a sustainable book, drop off your hard to recycle plastics or buy sustainably bought fish!

Photo credit: Gather

Harmless Store

Location: Wood Green

Founded on the belief that it should be easier to avoid plastic, it’s great that you can email your shopping list to Harmless in advance and they’ll give you the latest stock list so you know exactly what’s in store!

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Hetu

Location: St John’s Hill

Hetu is a zero-waste vegan store on a mission to change the world. Offering whole foods and sustainable reusable items without unnecessary packaging, Hetu is well worth a visit.


Jarr Market

Location: Herne Hill

The latest zero waste store to open in London, the Jarr Market has a great variety of essentials including food, toiletries and cleaning supplies.


Liberté Chérie

Location: 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. I love it and think you will too!


Naked Larder

Location: Herne Hill

Based in south London, Naked Larder lets you order online and then collect in store at a pre-arranged time!

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Patoka

Location: Wembley

Patoka is north-west London’s first zero waste store with a fab selection of affordable and sustainable products.

Photo credit: Patoka

Re:Store

Location: Hackney Downs

Another zero waste store in Hackney, Re:Store opened in February this year, helping people access a more conscious way to shop with no single-use packaging in sight.

Photo credit: Re:Store

Roots & Cycles

Location: Crystal Palace

Another zero waste store in Hackney, Re:Store opened in February this year, helping people access a more conscious way to shop with no single-use packaging in sight.

Photo credit: Roots & Cycles

Sustenance

Location: West Norwood

A pop-up zero waste store at Portico Kitchen, open on Tuesdays and Saturdays only. Alternatively you can find them at the Brixton Farmers Market every Sunday.

Photo credit: Sustenance

The Source Bulk Foods

Locations: Chiswick & Battersea

I’ve not yet been to either of these stores but they’re very much on the list – following their success in Australia, The Source Bulk Foods decided to open their doors in both Chiswick and Battersea!

Photo credit: The Source

The Store Cupboard

Location: Crystal Palace

Unpackaged organic whole foods, herbal teas & spices sold by weight. At Crystal Palace Food Market every Saturday and every Wednesday from 2pm-7pm.

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Unpackaged

Locations: Islington, Muswell Hill, Torrington Place, Westbourne Grove.

Unpackaged has teamed up with Planet Organic in London, helping to make zero waste more accessible across the city.

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Zero Joe’s

Location: Windsor

On the outskirts of London, Zero Joe’s is the first zero waste store in Windsor. It’s a really cute one that’s been set up by a mother and son which by complete chance I happened to be passing on their opening day in June earlier this year!

Photo credit: Zero Joe’s

Zéro

Location: Wimbledon

Zéro was opened by its founders Alicia and Josh to help everyone consume more consciously. As well as being zero waste, all products are organic, fair trade or local where possible.

Photo credit: Zéro

Please get in touch if you know of any other zero waste stores in London!