934 comments

  • Keith R.
    5 days

    there are two reasons why I’m tagging you in this

  • Parisdise P.
    11/11/2019 21:29

    Bravo ! Great idea

  • Nina C.
    11/11/2019 20:49

    Bravo! So good to see an alternative to the supermarkets. I sincerely hope they do well and expand.

  • Asmaa E.
    11/11/2019 19:07

    Oui Ikram . Fine hnaya ou fine houla.,,😭😭😭😭

  • Irina K.
    11/11/2019 17:49

    👍

  • Cory W.
    11/11/2019 17:01

    Love them sticker labels on the jars, that is waste, also useing electricity causes waste. Card board box for the order also waste. So therefore ir 100% zero waste is a lie

  • Ken G.
    11/11/2019 10:34

    What do potato chips come in?

  • Ikram R.
    11/11/2019 09:40

    3ta9ni 😭😭😭💚💚

  • Ryan d.
    11/11/2019 09:02

    But the shit still comes prepacked to the store, even if they recycle said...

  • Steven B.
    11/11/2019 07:54

    Theses hardly anything on the shelves, I'll stick to Tesco's 👍🇬🇧

  • Karolina K.
    11/11/2019 07:52

    I've seen it before, but let's move to Toulouse 😁

  • Bianca G.
    10/16/2019 02:04

    🙌

  • Sherry S.
    10/13/2019 08:10

    💕💕

  • Marie-Soleil M.
    10/13/2019 02:09

    wow

  • Emilia F.
    10/12/2019 21:44

    Love this

  • Constance K.
    07/28/2019 19:29

    rp

  • Graça C.
    06/01/2019 08:34

    Antigamente as pessoas levavam de casa às embalagens de vidro ou de pano e compravam o produto a granel e talvez deva ser esse o caminho.

  • Graça C.
    06/01/2019 08:28

    Aparentemente perfeito mas a Stefanie tem razão.

  • Charlotte R.
    05/21/2019 07:57

    This is terrific! I moved from the UK to France last year. We had loads of zero waste shops in the UK but, although some supermarkets in France sell dried stuff from self serving bulk containers, the choice is really limited. I would love to see more fully zero waste shops over here. Hoping this will catch on, particularly in the Haute Vienne!

  • Mayang P.
    04/18/2019 15:46

    udah liat ini?