Products are sold in bulk using gravity bins (upside-down containers with a lever where the user can decide exactly how much they need)
According to the company, on offer will be include organic goods, conventional, lower cost items and also non-food cleaning and cosmetic products
Original Unverpackt is aiming to become Germany's first waste-free supermarket
The products are then sold in bulk using gravity bins (upside-down containers with a lever where the user can decide exactly how much they need)
When it comes to sustainability, you might know Germany best for its renewable energy ambitions and efforts to reduce carbon pollution. While these initiatives have been largely driven by government and researchers, a team of budding entrepreneurs is looking to get in on the action, too. Aiming to open this (northern summer), Original Unverpackt will be Germany's first package-free supermarket.
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