Zero Waste Health Food Store Arrives In Brighton

Zero Waste Health Food Store Arrives In Brighton

Brightonians use 242 million pieces of single use plastic a year – The Source Bulk Foods store is here to revolutionise the way you shop The Source Bulk Food Store will open on the 18th November on Western Road in Brighton.

Packaging-free health food store, The Source Bulk Foods, will be launching its first-ever shop in Brighton in November. The Source Bulk Foods is a zero-waste shopping advocate, helping the UK to shop healthily. Targeted at foodies and eco-conscious shoppers looking to reduce waste in their daily lives, the store is set to revolutionise the way people shop for the better.

Following the success of the brand’s existing stores in Chiswick and Battersea, where they have helped their communities save an estimated 600,000 single use plastics, The Source Bulk Foods will open on 18thNovember on Western Road in Brighton. The originally Australian concept offers over 450 quality ingredients housed in eco-savvy containers. The affordable range caters to vegan, paleo, dairy free, organic and gluten friendly food diets – from nutritious wholefoods, healthy treats and cooking liquids to household and personal care products.

With Brighton accounting for 242 million pieces of single use plastic used every year (a small percentage of the 59 billion nationwide*), The Source Bulk Foods offers customers a package free shopping experience in which they re-connect with their food as they scoop items into their own reusable containers from home, glass jars sold in store, or recyclable brown paper bags. Customers can even pull their own honey, buy Kombucha on tap and refill their laundry liquids, shampoos and cleaning products.  The Source Bulk Foods store will allow customers to buy what they need without any unnecessary packaging, including single use plastic.

Makayla Drummond, Managing Director at The Source Bulk Foods commented “We feel truly proud and excited to be expanding The Source Bulk Foods family into Brighton. We believe the community here is as enthusiastic as we are when it comes to decreasing the amount of single use plastic, and we can’t wait to open the doors to welcome our new customers.”