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If you're planning on going zero-waste, we've got some fabulous news - damn good shops are popping up everywhere.  

Yes, you can find stores all over the UK, that will provide you with waste-free groceries. F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S.  

Get your containers ready, LYLA fam, and take a look at some of our favourites.  

 

Jarfull - Yorkshire  - https://www.jarfulluk.com/

Jarful isn't based in one location, it's a fab traveling pop-up. Jarfull is a fave spot for zero-waste northerners. They travel around Harrogate and all surrounding areas, with their pop-up stalls.  

Keep checking in to see where their next location will be!

While only quite small at the moment, they offer a great number of essentials. Think, nuts, grains, and dried fruit.  

You can also order online. Super convenient!

Earth. Food. Love - The Zerowaste Shop - Devon - http://thezerowasteshop.co.uk/

Founded by a loved-up couple (Nicola and Richard), Earth. Food. Love is exactly what you expect it to be. Located in Totnes, it's definitely worth a visit.  

Their whole vision was to create an organic, zero-waste, whole food store - without the expensive price tag, you often see with these kinds of shops. We can safely say they've achieved this.  

Fun fact: they also work with Ecotricity - a business known for their dedication to creating renewable and clean energy. We highly recommend you check them out! 

A double-whammy for Nicola and Richard, showing just how committed they are.  

 
 

Natural Weigh - Wales - https://naturalweigh.co.uk/

Less cross over to Powys in Wales, and take a trip to Natural Weigh.  

This amazing zero-waste store has been super popular with the locals, especially since Prince Charles himself made a little visit. Yes, you read that right.  

So, with the royal blessing, Natural Weigh also gets the LYLA blessing.  Fancy that. 

The small store is filled with grains, snacks, seeds, cereals and anything else you could dream of. Not only that, but their infrastructure is also exclusively made from recycled materials.  

 
 

Hetu - South London - https://www.hetu.co.uk/

Of course, England's capital has its fair share of zero-waste stores. We particularly love Hetu, so all you South Londoners are in for a treat.  

Hetu is vegan and zero-waste and is the perfect store to stock up on all your favourite items.  

 

Plastic Free Pantry - Online  - https://plasticfreepantry.co.uk/

It doesn't matter where you are in the UK, you'll always be able to get zero-waste items online.  

One of our favourite stores to do this on is the Plastic Free Pantry. They offer all the kitchen essentials you could possibly need.  

They also have a little incentive which we can totally get behind - share a photo/video of you picking up 10 pieces of litter on social media, and you'll get 10% off.  

Saving the planet and money.  

 

We hope you check out some of these shops - you're so lucky if you live near some of them. They're all super amazing and committed to the zero-waste vision.  

If you're rethinking the way you shop, these are great places to start shopping. Let us know what you think! 

 

 

If you're planning on going zero-waste, we've got some fabulous news - damn good shops are popping up everywhere.  

Yes, you can find stores all over the UK, that will provide you with waste-free groceries. F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S.  

Get your containers ready, LYLA fam, and take a look at some of our favourites.  

 

Jarfull - Yorkshire  - https://www.jarfulluk.com/

Jarful isn't based in one location, it's a fab traveling pop-up. Jarfull is a fave spot for zero-waste northerners. They travel around Harrogate and all surrounding areas, with their pop-up stalls.  

Keep checking in to see where their next location will be!

While only quite small at the moment, they offer a great number of essentials. Think, nuts, grains, and dried fruit.  

You can also order online. Super convenient!

Earth. Food. Love - The Zerowaste Shop - Devon - http://thezerowasteshop.co.uk/

Founded by a loved-up couple (Nicola and Richard), Earth. Food. Love is exactly what you expect it to be. Located in Totnes, it's definitely worth a visit.  

Their whole vision was to create an organic, zero-waste, whole food store - without the expensive price tag, you often see with these kinds of shops. We can safely say they've achieved this.  

Fun fact: they also work with Ecotricity - a business known for their dedication to creating renewable and clean energy. We highly recommend you check them out! 

A double-whammy for Nicola and Richard, showing just how committed they are.  

 
 

Natural Weigh - Wales - https://naturalweigh.co.uk/

Less cross over to Powys in Wales, and take a trip to Natural Weigh.  

This amazing zero-waste store has been super popular with the locals, especially since Prince Charles himself made a little visit. Yes, you read that right.  

So, with the royal blessing, Natural Weigh also gets the LYLA blessing.  Fancy that. 

The small store is filled with grains, snacks, seeds, cereals and anything else you could dream of. Not only that, but their infrastructure is also exclusively made from recycled materials.  

 
 

Hetu - South London - https://www.hetu.co.uk/

Of course, England's capital has its fair share of zero-waste stores. We particularly love Hetu, so all you South Londoners are in for a treat.  

Hetu is vegan and zero-waste and is the perfect store to stock up on all your favourite items.  

 

Plastic Free Pantry - Online  - https://plasticfreepantry.co.uk/

It doesn't matter where you are in the UK, you'll always be able to get zero-waste items online.  

One of our favourite stores to do this on is the Plastic Free Pantry. They offer all the kitchen essentials you could possibly need.  

They also have a little incentive which we can totally get behind - share a photo/video of you picking up 10 pieces of litter on social media, and you'll get 10% off.  

Saving the planet and money.  

 

We hope you check out some of these shops - you're so lucky if you live near some of them. They're all super amazing and committed to the zero-waste vision.  

If you're rethinking the way you shop, these are great places to start shopping. Let us know what you think!