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Zero Waste Shops in North, South, East & West London

Some are big, some are small, some are pop-ups, and one is a cute little delivery van, but all are hugely important in our efforts to minimise the effect we have on our planet. London now has more zero waste and plastic-free shops than you can shake a refillable jar at.

So whether you live in north, south east or west London, check this list of pretty much every zero waste shop in the capital…

Did we miss one? Let us know here theresident.co.uk/contact

Lead image: Newman Studio / iStock / Getty Images Plus

NORTH LONDON

Harmless Store, Wood Green
Harmless Store in Wood Green has everything from vegan Parmesan, locally made chocolate, sugar, coffee and tea to household and hygiene goods. Turn up with your shopping list and chill with a cold one while the team organises your order. Perfect for those who hate grocery shopping!
Studio 7, Blue House Yard, 5 River Park Road, Wood Green N22 7TB; harmless-store-london.myshopify.com
COVID-19 notice: Click and collect only. Order online

Earth Natural Foods, Kentish Town
This independent vegetarian shop offers a range of organic, vegan, gluten-free, zero waste and Fairtrade wholefoods, as well as eco-friendly household goods. All of their fruit and veg is certified organic and you can also treat yourself to hot vegan and vegetarian dishes and salads while you’re there. Earth Natural Foods also stocks organic and gluten-free beer and wine.
200 Kentish Town Road NW5 2AE; earthnaturalfoods.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Open

Thornton’s Budgens, Belsize Park
Thornton’s Budgens is only the second mainstream supermarket to introduce Plastic Free Zones in-store. The rather brilliant community driven store offers nearly 2,000 plastic-free goods, ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables to cleaning and hygiene products, wrapped in the likes of Beechwood nets, pulp, paper, metal and glass.
199-205 Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park NW3 4QG; thorntonsbudgens.com
COVID 19: Open with reduced hours and cashless payments only (8am-8pm Mon-Sat, 12pm-6pm Sun)

Whole Food Market, Camden & Stoke Newington
Whole Foods Market needs no introduction. The giant American supermarket chain exclusively sells products free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and also stocks a large range of loose fruit and vegetables, and you can take your own containers for the cheese and meat counters, coffee bar, bakery. There are also refill sections for rice, nuts, lentils and pulses.
49 Parkway, Camden Town NW1 7PN & 32-40 Stoke Newington Church Street N16 0LU; wholefoodsmarket.co.uk
COVID-19: Open with reduced hours and crowd control measures. Stores open for the over 70s half an hour before opening to the general public

Unpackaged, Islington & Muswell Hill
Unpackaged was founded as a market stall in 2006, and is considered a trailblazer in London’s bulk-buy movement. Now found in Planet Organic locations in London, it offers certified organic wholefoods and household cleaners. Find it at Planet Organic in Islington, Muswell Hill, Torrington Place and Westbourne Grove
beunpackaged.com
COVID-19 Notice: All Planet Organic stores remain open for business and Unpackaged is operational in Islington, Muswell Hill & Queen’s Park. The Unpackaged section is closed at Planet’s Westbourne Grove and Torrington Place (Fitzrovia) stores

Fair-Well, Tufnell Park, Dartmouth Park, Kentish Town, Hilldrop & Caledonian Road
Fair-Well was inspired by the simple genius of the milk float. In fact, it is a milk float, that has been cleverly converted into a zero waste shop on wheels called Charlie. Charlie takes the faff out of refilling by bringing the refills to you. Currently operating in the area between Tufnell Park, Dartmouth Park, Kentish Town, Hilldrop and Caledonian, Fair-Well trundles about with a load of cereals, grains, nuts and dried fruits, as well as cleaning and personal hygiene products.
fair-well.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: All bookings will be no contact. Leave containers on your doorstep and a link for payment will be sent to you

Bumblebee Natural Foods, Kentish Town
Bumblebee Natural Foods has been around since the 80s, selling natural food, remedies and household products. The initiative has grown into three shops: The Veg Shop, The Bakery and The Nut Shop, offering a hard-to-beat range of vegetarian and organic products as well as loose items you can dispense into your own containers.
33 Brecknock Road, Kentish Town N7 0BT; bumblebee.london
COVID-19 notice: Open as normal, with organic vegetable bags available for local delivery (click here for details)

Mother Earth, Highbury & Newington Green
Mother Earth’s shelves are stocked with natural remedies, dietary supplements and herbal remedies, as well as organic food produce and environmentally friendly household cleaning and personal hygiene goods.
282-284 St Paul’s Road, Highbury East N1 2LH & 101-103 Newington Green Road, Mildmay Ward N1 4QY; facebook.com/MotherEarthLondon

SOUTH EAST LONDON

BYO, Nunhead
Stylish and eco-friendly, this lovely Nunhead shop has heaps of grains, pulses, nuts, dried fruits, pickles and spices, plus an ever-growing range of cleaning products, body care and beauty essentials – all without the plastic wrapping. So grab your reusable containers and stock up on everything from argan oil to vegan cheese and kombucha.
147 Evelina Road, Nunhead SE15 3HB; bringyourownuk.com
COVID-19 notice: Open, with a click-and-collect service also available from the website

Nought, London Bridge
Nought is the not-for-profit zero-waste shop set up by the King’s College London’s student union, selling everything from coffee and dried fruit to sustainable toiletries. All proceeds go towards improving King’s College London’s sustainable practices.
Guy’s Campus, Collingwood Street SE1 9RT; kclsu.org/nought / @noughtzerowaste
COVID-19 notice: Closed

Fareshares Food Co-op, Elephant & Castle
Fareshares is a not-for-profit community project set up back in 1988 to provide good, affordable food for the community. The co-op stocks wholefoods like grains, beans and pulses, fresh bread, fruit and veg, dried fruit and nuts, as well as household products, and supports social justice and sustainability by stocking organic, local and ethically sourced produce.
56 Crampton Street, Elephant & Castle SE17 3AE; fareshares.org.uk
COVID-19 notice: Trialling a pre-ordering system for regular Fareshares customers who live locally to the shop 

Gather, Peckham
Gather is a zero waste shop, refillery and sustainability hub run on renewable energy. Take your own containers to fill up with pasta, cereals, grains, nuts and dried fruits, herbs and spices, oils and vinegar, coffee and tea, as well as cleaning products, shampoo and conditioner bars and reusable straws. There’s also a TerraCycle station where you can drop off those plastics that are hard to recycle.
121 Bellenden Road, Peckham SE15 4QY; wearegather.uk
COVID-19 notice: Open with temporary hours (Weds-Sun, 10am-4pm) and a new pre-order and collection service is available 

2 Girls Cafe, Peckham
2 Girls Café is an independent cafe in Peckham, South East London. Offering a creative menu made up of entirely vegetarian and vegan treats. They also stock a variety of packaging free and bulk goods, from organic fruits and vegetables to dry foods and cleaning products. Bring your own container and only pay for what you weigh.
24a Peckham Rye SE15 4JR; instagram.com/2girls_cafe
COVID-19 notice: Open for cafe takeaways only and vegan breakfasts, lunches and cakes are available to order via Deliveroo

Naked Larder, Herne Hill
Naked Larder bulk buys ethically sourced items like pasta, cereals, nuts, flour, tea, coffee, personal hygiene products and household cleaning items. South Londoners can register for the service, place an order, and then collect your items monthly using your own containers. Click here to register
78 Herne Hill SE24 9QP; nakedlarder.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Operating as normal

As Nature Intended, East Dulwich
As Nature Intended keeps things simple with a zero artificial ingredients policy. With six London shops and an online store, there are plenty of ways to get hold of these eco-friendly goods, from loose fresh produce to free-from and organic items, as well as Ecover refill stations. Stores in Balham, Dulwich, Ealing, Chiswick, Marble Arch, Spitafields and Westfield Stratford.
42 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HJ; asnatureintended.uk.com
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open with reduced hours and an online ordering service is available

Karavan Eco, East Dulwich
Karavan Eco opened in 1995 to supply eco-friendly goods to the local area. They stock lots of plastic-free homewares, cleaning supply refills, and natural beauty products from Faith in Nature, as well as eco-toys and bamboo clothing.
167 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HX; karavaneco.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Currently closed, contemplating opening for limited hours 

Beetroot and Beans, Forest Hill
Launched by the good folk at Aga’s Little Deli, this veggie and vegan zero waste shop and greengrocer stocks fresh veg and fruit, grains, spices, beans, nuts, alternative milks, condiments and cleaning products. Take your own containers and fill up as you wish.
57a Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill SE23 3HN; @beetrootbeans
COVID-19 Notice: Closed, but offering some fresh fruits, vegetables and dry goods for home delivery. Text WhatsApp on 07943504181

Roots & Cycles, Crystal Palace 
Roots & Cycles at Crystal Palace Food Market offers BYO refills on eco-friendly cleaning products like washing up liquid and all-purpose household cleaners, as well as shampoo, essential oils and more locally sourced, natural, handmade goodies.
Haynes Lane, Crystal Palace SE19 3AP; rootsandcycles.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Crystal Palace Food Market is open but with different days for different traders and a socially distanced queuing system. Details here

The Store Cupboard, Crystal Palace 
Much like Roots & Cycles, The Store Cupboard is a zero waste shop offering the chance to buy what you need by weight. There’s more emphasis on food here though, with unpackaged organic whole foods, beans and pulses, nut butters, spices and coffee and tea.
Haynes Lane, Crystal Palace SE19 3AP; @thestore_cupboard
COVID-19 notice: Closed

SWOP Market, Lee Green
SWOP (Shop Without Packaging) offers a great selection of plastic-free and sustainable buys, from bread and patisseries to fruit and veg, loose grains, pasta, seeds, beans, pulses, herbs, spices, coffee beans, loose leaf tea, chocolate and cleaning and personal hygiene products.
7 Burnt Ash Road, Lee Green SE12 8RG; swop.market
COVID-19 Notice: Open for orders and collection (the lead time is two working days, with collection after 3pm). Order online

Mission Green, Hither Green
Mission Green stocks plastic-free fresh fruit and vegetables and refillable dry goods from rice, pasta and beans and pulses to breakfast cereals, nut butters, snacks and baking goods. You can also find household goods like eco-friendly aluminium foil and reusable sanitaryware. Find the price list here.
182 Hither Green Lane SE13 6QB; @missiongreen182
COVID-19 notice: Limited business hours with a slot booking system – book an appointment via missiongreen.setmore.com. Some local deliveries available for the vulnerable, email alinayilmaz777@hotmail.com 

Sustenance Groceries, West Norwood
You’ll find Sustenance Groceries at a pop-up shop at Portico Kitchen in West Norwood, and at Brixton Farmers Market. It stocks all sorts of sustainable goodies, like British-grown quinoa and organic hemp seed.
23a Knight’s Hill, West Norwood SE27 0HS; sustenancegrocerys.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Limited opening hours with service from the door (no entry to the shop)

SOUTH WEST LONDON

As Nature Intended, Balham
As Nature Intended keeps things simple with a zero artificial ingredients policy. With six London shops and an online store, there are plenty of ways to get hold of these eco-friendly goods, from loose fresh produce to free-from and organic items, as well as Ecover refill stations. Stores in Balham, Dulwich, Ealing, Chiswick, Marble Arch, Spitafields and Westfield Stratford.
42 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HJ; asnatureintended.uk.com
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open with reduced hours and an online ordering service is available

Sustenance Groceries, Brixton
You’ll find Sustenance Groceries at Brixton Farmers Market and in a pop-up shop at Portico Kitchen in West Norwood. It stocks all sorts of sustainable goodies, like British-grown quinoa and organic hemp seed.
Brixton Station Road SW9 8PB; sustenancegrocerys.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Closed

Pipoca Vegan, Brixton
Pipoca Vegan is a crêperie and zero-waste shop in Brixton, stocking loose-leaf teas, nuts, seeds, pulses, as well as loads of great household products to fill your own containers. In addition to sweet and savoury vegan crêpes, they have seasonal and daily specials which include tasty combos like jackfruit & sweet potato curry, plus a vegan English breakfast on the menu.
224 Brixton Road SW9 6AH; 020 7501 8539; facebook.com/pipocavegan
COVID-19 notice: Open as usual

Zéro, Wimbledon
Wimbledon’s first zero-waste shop not only imbues us with the desire to shop more sustainably, it also provides plenty of interiors inspo – think sleek, minimalist decor, glass jars with grains, nuts and seeds, tins filled with flour and brown paper bags bursting with Italian pasta. The shop also stocks eggs and honey and a selection of eco-products for the home, from cleaning items to Kilner jars to stylish totes emblazoned with the phrase: “One less bag/ In the sea/Aim for zero”. There’s plenty to tempt kids, too: bamboo toothbrushes, natural plasters, children’s books – and scrumptious fudge.
Merton Abbey Mills Unit 7, The Apprentice Shop, 14 Watermill Way, London, SW19 2RD; thezeroshop.com

The Common Cafe, Clapham Common
Common in Clapham is a cafe, bakery and zero waste station, where everything is organic and palm-oil free, and the space. Take your own tubs and stock up on grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, spices and fresh vegetables, as well as reusable bottles and cups, beauty buys and homewares.
The Common Cafe, 17 The Pavement SW4 0HY; wearecommon.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Closed. To support Common, pledge to buy your future coffee via crowdfunder.co.uk

Hetu, Clapham Junction
Hetu was inspired by Australia’s bulk shopping trend, where you take your own tubs, which are weighed while empty, so you only pay for the weight of the goods you’re buying. Grab your Tupperware and stock up on everything from vegan cheese to rice, pulses and maca powder. They also stock household cleaning and personal hygiene items from washing up liquid to Moon Cups.
201 St Johns Hill, Clapham Junction SW11 1TH; hetu.co.uk
COVID-19 Notice: Closed, but offering a click-and-collect service for existing customers, NHS and other key workers, and the vulnerable. Email us hello@hetu.co.uk

The Source, Battersea
The Source stocks more than 450 bulk foods, including organic wholefoods, cooking liquids and oils, healthy snacks and sustainable personal and household products, as well as vegan-friendly, dairy-free and gluten-free produce. Zero-waste products, like beeswax wraps, copper cloth, metal straws and chewable toothpaste are also available.
99 St John’s Road, Battersea SW11 1QY; thesourcebulkfoods.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Order online for click and collect

Healthier Without, Streatham
Healthier Without is a beautiful zero waste shop, selling wholefoods like nuts, pulses, dried fruit, pasta, rice and more in bulk. There’s a great selection of oils to choose from (and taste), as well as a grind-your-own-peanut-butter station. They also stock refillable cleaning supplies and toiletries from the likes of Faith in Nature and Ecover.
11 The High Parade, Streatham High Road SW16 1EX; @healthierwithout
COVID-19 notice: Closed

BYGRAM, Parsons Green
BYGRAM Organic Refill Market is a zero waste store stocking a wide range of organic products, plastic-free, zero waste and vegan-friendly products. They have a huge catalogue of produce to order from – nuts, pulses, flour, bread, superfoods, seeds, confectionary – as well as organic personal hygiene and eco-friendly household cleaning goods.
795 Fulham Road SW6 5HD; bygram.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Deliveries available locally, delivered the next morning by bicycle. Order online

Whole Food Market, Fulham, Clapham Junction & Richmond
Whole Foods Market needs no introduction. The giant American supermarket chain exclusively sells products free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and also stocks a large range of loose fruit and vegetables, and you can take your own containers for the cheese and meat counters, coffee bar, bakery. There are also refill sections for rice, nuts, lentils and pulses.
wholefoodsmarket.co.uk
COVID-19: Open with reduced hours and crowd control measures. Stores open for the over 70s half an hour before opening to the general public

BYO, Tooting
Take your Tupperware to Tooting Market and fill up on pulses, pasta, seeds, spices, cereals and plenty of bulk-buy dry goods. They also have a great selection of eco-friendly toiletries, household cleaners, and everyday goods like beeswax food wraps, hair ties, scourers, KeepCups and more.
Tooting Market, 21-23 Tooting High Street SW17 0SN; byo.london
COVID-19 Notice: Closed, but local home deliveries are available. Get in touch via tanya@byo.london or 07518011549

The Refill Larder, Teddington
The Refill Larder, tucked away in Gardenia florist shop on Teddington High Street, stocks all your healthy organic dried foods like grains, nuts, seeds, pastas and cereals, as well as household items and a few plastic-free frills like bath bombs and eco-glitter.
122 High Street,Teddington TW11 8JB; refill-larder.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Closed, but a click & collect and home delivery service is available. Check the website for details (website password: CHICKPEA) 

EAST LONDON

Eat17, Walthamstow & Hackney
Eat17 was founded as a grocers and bistro in Walthamstow in 2006, and has since opened stores in Hackney, Hammersmith and Bishop’s Stortford. The stores stock a range of refill options, and even include local concessions and street food vendors.
64-66 Brooksby’s Walk, Homerton E9 6DA & 24-26 Orford Road, Walthamstow E17 9NJ; eat17.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open and they are accepting orders through Deliveroo, including for a Sunday roast from the Walthamstow restaurant

Get Loose Foods, Hackney
Based in Hackey City Farm, Get Loose Foods shows that we can manage field-to-fork in the most urban of environments. After a trip to the petting zoo, head to this plastic-free shop for eggs, milk, cheese, herbs, fruit and veg, nuts, grains, pulses, oil, vinegar, honey and even cleaning product refills.
45 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney E2 8QE; getloosefoods.com
COVID-19  notice: Open, but service is via a window where you can place your orders

E5 Bakehouse Millhouse Shop, Hackney
The Millhouse Shop, located next door to the mothership, E5 Bakehouse, offers unpackaged grains, nuts, pulses and fresh vegetables, as well as eggs, wine, beer and cider, plus bread-making tools, handmade chocolate.
Arch 395, Mentmore Terrace, Hackney E8 3PH; e5bakehouse.com
COVID-19 notice: Closed until 25 April, when it will reopen from 8am-3pm daily as a takeaway. Order online

Re:Store, Hackney
Re:Store has everything you need for conscious consumption. Wholefoods include grains, beans, herbs, tea and coffee, as well as refillable oils and household cleaners.
Hackney Downs Studios, 17 Amhurst Terrace E8 2BT; restorerefill.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Click and collect is available. Pre-order online the day before collection. Local delivery is available for the self isolating and key workers.

Bulk Market, Hackney
Go plastic-free at Bulk Market in Hackney, where you can find everything from whole grains, pulses, cereals and other cupboard essentials to fruit and veg, oils, pet goods and gin, beer and wine. They also have a DIY Beauty Bar, where you can learn about and pick up the ingredients needed to make your ow skincare.
6 Bohemia Place, Hackney E8 1DU; bulkmarket.uk
COVID-19 notice: Click and collect only, order online, two-day lead time

Cups and Jars, Forest Gate
Cups and Jars is a zero waste grocery shop and plastic-free cafe offering up grains, organic fruit and vegetables, loose leaf tea, personal hygiene products and more. They bake fresh bread everyday and also have a cosy conservatory.
108 Woodgrange Road, Forest Gate E7 0EW; cupsandjars.uk / @cupsandjars_e7
COVID-19 notice: Still open for collections and deliveries (closed Mondays), email info@cupsandjars.uk to order (online store launching soon)

Mother Works Pantry, Hackney Wick
Mother Works cafe in Hackney Wick also has a plastic-free refill station where you can bag-up goods like their homemade granola – you even get a discount if you take your own container. Veg and pantry boxes are also available to order. The cafe strives to be zero waste, too.
Canalside, Here East Estate E20 3BS; mother.works
COVID-19 notice: Open for takeaway, collection and delivery via https://mother.slerp.com/order. MOTHER’s Pantry is still delivering veg boxes and groceries locally. Free delivery on orders over £80 (use code FREEDEV)

As Nature Intended, Spitafields & Westfield Stratford
As Nature Intended keeps things simple with a zero artificial ingredients policy. With six London shops and an online store, there are plenty of ways to get hold of these eco-friendly goods, from loose fresh produce to free-from and organic items, as well as Ecover refill stations. Stores in Balham, Dulwich, Ealing, Chiswick, Marble Arch, Spitafields and Westfield Stratford.
42 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HJ; asnatureintended.uk.com
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open with reduced hours and an online ordering service is available

Greener Habits, Walthamstow
At Greener Habits, the team believes no product should cause harm to the environment or any living being, and as such they stock planet-friendly cruelty-free and plastic-free alternatives to those daily essentials. Here you’ll find everything from baby essentials to gift ideas and kitchen cleaning products, as well as your store cupboards essentials.
Crate Building, 35 St James Street E17 7FY; greenerhabits.com
COVID-19 notice: Pre-order food by email at greenerhabits@gmail.com or via Insta message. More products are being added to the online shop by day

The Veg Hut, Walthamstow
Veg Hut sells a wide range of groceries and fresh produce with an emphasis on organic, fair-trade, natural & fresh. There have a good selection of vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free & gluten-free foods, all neatly presented in wicker baskets, wooden crates, shelves & boxes at their rustic store in Walthamstow. As well as stocking plenty of refillable items like grains, pasta, honey, oils and cleaning products, they also offer a delivery service for veg boxes to help you cut down on food waste.
2b Chingford Road, Walthamstow E17 4PJ; 020 8527 5030; facebook.com/Veghute17
COVID-19 notice: Open and observing social distancing measures

WEST LONDON

Whole Food Market, Kensington & Piccadilly Circus
Whole Foods Market needs no introduction. The giant American supermarket chain exclusively sells products free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and also stocks a large range of loose fruit and vegetables, and you can take your own containers for the cheese and meat counters, coffee bar, bakery. There are also refill sections for rice, nuts, lentils and pulses.
wholefoodsmarket.co.uk
COVID-19: Open with reduced hours and crowd control measures. Stores open for the over 70s half an hour before opening to the general public

The Source, Chiswick
The Source stocks more than 450 bulk foods, including organic wholefoods, cooking liquids and oils, healthy snacks and sustainable personal and household products, as well as vegan-friendly, dairy-free and gluten-free produce. Zero-waste products, like beeswax wraps, copper cloth, metal straws and chewable toothpaste are also available.
24 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick W4 1QP; thesourcebulkfoods.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Order online for click and collect

As Nature Intended, Chiswick, Ealing & Marble Arch
As Nature Intended keeps things simple with a zero artificial ingredients policy. With six London shops and an online store, there are plenty of ways to get hold of these eco-friendly goods, from loose fresh produce to free-from and organic items, as well as Ecover refill stations. Stores in Balham, Dulwich, Ealing, Chiswick, Marble Arch, Spitafields and Westfield Stratford.
42 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HJ; asnatureintended.uk.com
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open with reduced hours and an online ordering service is available

Unpackaged, Westbourne Grove & Fitzrovia
Unpackaged started life as a market stall in 2006, and is considered a trailblazer in London’s bulk-buy movement. Now found in Planet Organic locations in London, it offers certified organic wholefoods and household cleaners.
Find it at Planet Organic in Islington, Muswell Hill, Torrington Place and Westbourne Grove; beunpackaged.com
COVID-19 Notice: All Planet Organic stores remain open for business and Unpackaged is operational in Islington, Muswell Hill & Queen’s Park. The Unpackaged section is closed at Planet’s Westbourne Grove and Torrington Place stores

Liberte Cherie, Portobello Road
Liberte Cherie has taken the zero waste shop concept high end, filling its jars with fine foods, adding in a top range of English wines and a healthy selection of mustards. Plus, 75% of its plastic free goods are sourced within the UK.
291 Portobello Road W10 5TD; libertecherie.business.site
COVID-19 notice: Open Weds-Sat 9.30am-6pm, Tues 2pm-6pm and closed Sun-Mon. Delivery service coming soon

Eat17, Hammersmith
Eat17 was founded as a grocers and bistro in Walthamstow in 2006, and has since opened stores in Hackney, Hammersmith and Bishop’s Stortford. The stores stock a range of refill options, and even include local concessions and street food vendors.
77 Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith W6 8JA; eat17.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Stores are open and they are accepting orders through Deliveroo, including for a Sunday roast from the Walthamstow restaurant

Patoka, Wembley
Patoka is a vegan-friendly zero waste shop based in Wembley Park Market. They stock tea, coffee, oil, vinegar, dried foods, toiletries, cleaning products and other items to help you reduce your reliance on plastic (you’ll find reusable water bottles and coffee cups, too).
Wembley Park Market, 27-29 Olympic Way, Wembley HA9 0FR; patoka.co.uk
COVID-19 notice: Closed, but a delivery service is available. Order online


Looking for more?

UseLess is a brilliant website mapping out London’s zero waste shops, with links to brilliant bits of plastic-free kit you can buy online too. Take a look here: useless.london



 

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