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This zero-waste supermarket has a ban on packaging and stocks only ethical goods
by Hattie Gladwell
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30 August 2017
On 30 August 2017 Metro.co.uk reported:
Twenty-eight-year-old Richard Eckersley and his wife Nicola, 27, sell a range of up to 200 pesticide-free products in their store, Earth.Food.Love. The shop opened earlier this year in Totnes, Devon, and has been so successful that the green-thinking couple are now planning to open stores in both London and Birmingham to encourage more people to think of the economy.
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