Harmless Store is a vegan zero waste shop that wants to make it easier for you to avoid buying that nasty plastic that seems to be wrapped around almost everything these days.
They offer whole foods and staples, household cleaning & hygiene items such as washing up liquid, laundry liquid, fabric softener, toilet cleaner, bicarb and cleaning vinegar, hand soap, refill body wash, shampoo & conditioner.
You’ll find them at the brilliant Blue House Yard, Wood Green Stocking laundry liquid, fabric conditioner, hand soap and washing up liquid.
Re:Store recognises a real problem with the use of plastic and its impact on the planet. Reducing the use of plastic & unnecessary packaging now will help restore and protect the planet for the future.
They want to help people access a more conscious way to shop with no single-use packaging in sight. Bring your own containers to refill your store cupboard essentials, cleaning products etc.
You’ll find them in their beautiful shop at Hackney Downs Studios - Currently stocking Fill laundry liquid, fabric conditioner, washing up liquid and hand soap.
Bring Your Own thinks food looks better without the plastic packaging.
So they launched in October 2018 to help consumers shop smarter and with a conscience.
They provide quality, organic focused grains, pulses, nuts and dried fruits, pickles and spices, and household goods, including cleaning products and body care essentials - all without the plastic wrapping.
Stocking Fill’s laundry products, hand soap and washing up liquid - find them here
Haelan Centre is one of London’s longest standing organic health food shops
For nearly 50 years they have been pioneers in organic food and natural remedies. Their unique stores in the centre of Crouch End and the bottom of Muswell Hill offer an unrivalled range of natural and organic produce whilst being friendly, down to earth and affordable.
Food For All is an independent ethical non-profit enterprise, opened in 1975 by Govinda and Meeta Lovage. It is a health food store which started trading by offering grains, pulses, herbs, flours and wholefoods that were bought in bulk and packed on the premises.
In time it grew to stock a wider and increasingly diverse range of health foods, supplements, cosmetics, herbs, oils and tinctures.
Top up with Fill laundry products, wash up liquid and hand soap at their store in Stoke Newington
BYO is Tooting Market’s gem of a zero waste shop created by its founders out of the frustration of finding plastic pollution on their travels and being compelled to act.
They have worked hard to make shopping zero waste as straight forward as possible, with Bea Johnson’s five fundamentals of zero waste at their core: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot
Top up with Fill laundry products at the store, here
Frenchman Charles Pelletier brings a touch of Gallic flair to Portobello Road with his beautiful, foodie focused zero waste shop. We’re very pleased he has also decided to list Fill’s products.
Liberte Cherie is worth a visit just to check out the aesthetic beauty of Charles’s rows of bulk jars, and he will spend time talking through foods you may not have encountered yet but need in your life!
Top up with laundry products, washing up liquid and hand soap, here
Eat 17 was founded in 2006 by stepbrothers Chris O’Connor and James Brundle, on a mission to create a fresh approach to the convenience store experience.
A big part of their plans includes addressing the use of single use plastics in their industry, so they have been working hard on offering refill solutions, including for cleaning and laundry products.
We are currently piloting in their Hammersmith store, with a view to add more in future. Laundry liquid and hand soap only, for now.
Hetu is a vegan zero waste store offering whole foods in bulk and sustainable reusable items without unnecessary packaging. Helping people to live a more zero waste and low impact life whilst benefiting their health and that of the planet.
Hetu says no to animal products, no to palm oil, no to exploitation, no to single use and no to over consumption, believing that together we can turn consumerism on its head with a few small changes.
You can find Fill laundry liquid, washing up liquid and hand soap at the shop here
*This list is of London stores supplied by Planet Minimal only, the full list of outlets with Fill products across the UK can be found on their stockists page