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Organic Zero-Packaging Store Opens In Paris

November 5, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Retail consumer goods shops in Europe are testing the idea of zero packaging: selling products loose. Customers brings their own glass or plastic jars, recyclable cotton pouches, etc., and end up saving as much as 15 percent, London has Unpackaged, Berlin has Original Unverpackt, and now Paris has one hundred percent organic Biocoop 21. The shop is testing ways to sell 250 products without packaging, including yogurt, honey, olive oil, wine, body wash and health products. The idea not only saves shoppers money, it is good for the environment, helping to eliminate waste.
Jeanne Pouget, "Paris’s First 100% Organic, Zero Packaging Shop Opens Its Doors", Konbini, November 05, 2015, © Konbini
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