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  • What's a supermarket without packaging?
  • What's a supermarket without packaging?
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What's a supermarket without packaging?

It's sustainable. Many grocers have tried to solve the packaging waste problem, but Berlin-based supermarket Original Unverpackt thinks it has the answer. Replacing boxed or encased grocery items with bulk-bin style shopping, the supermarket is entirely packaging-free.

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