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Vancouver Retailer Nada Tells Shoppers Bring Their Own Packaging

July 2, 2018: 12:00 AM EST

Nada, a new retailer in Vancouver, British Columbia, has started selling food products without packaging. Aimed at reducing plastic pollution, the move encourages customers to bring their own clean containers and bags for the food items they buy from the store. Customers can pay for bulk items by weight, while a dishwasher-safe tag will keep a record of the empty container, making the process faster the next time they shop. Nada sells package-free dry food items, bakery products, and toiletries and cleaning supplies. [Image Credit: © H. Hach @ Pixabay.com]

Kate Bratskeir , "The rise of the plastic-free, zero-waste grocery store", Mic.com, July 02, 2018, © Mic Network, Inc.
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