A zero waste supermarket is coming to Richmond

By The Editor

26th Mar 2021 | Local News

A new "zero waste" supermarket is opening in Richmond.

The Source Bulk Foods sells unpackaged food so customers can buy exactly the amount they need.

It's opening in The Quadrant in the town centre.

The company was founded in Australia in 2012 by Makayla Drummond-Murray and her husband Patrick Cermak.

They brought it over to the UK in 2018 when they opened their first stores in nearby Chiswick and Battersea.

The Source has since opened stores in West Ham and Brighton, and Richmond and Putney will become their fifth and sixth UK stores.

Each store is owned and run by a local family "who are genuinely passionate about quality food, healthy options and reducing food waste".

"Whether you are a foodie or looking to reduce the waste in your daily shop, we are the place for you," The Source Bulk Foods' website says.

"We have over 450 bulk foods including organic wholefoods, cooking liquids and oils, healthy snacks and sustainable personal and household products. All plastic free to make your zero waste journey easier.

"We are proud to offer a unique shopping experience providing quality ingredients, where you only buy what you need, all without unnecessary packaging."

     

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