Sea No Waste

by - November 08, 2018

Sea No Waste is a wonderful new zero waste wholefoods shop in Arbroath. It just opened in September, but we've already had requests to feature it on the blog which is testament to the growing awareness of the need to shop this way.

The owners, Sammy and Ian, were so welcoming and had created a lovely inviting atmosphere in the shop. They were more than happy to show us around and tell us about all of the products, what's new and how things work. You can bring your own containers to fill up, just pop them on the scales and weigh them before filling then again after - such a simple process. There are paper bags and reusable containers available to purchase too.

Sea No Waste has such a huge range (over 150 bins) and it's so affordable! There's everything you need to stock up the pantry including herbs & spices, nuts, grains, pulses, cereals, flours, snacks, dried fruit, pastas, seeds, stock powder, nutritional yeast and more. They even have more unusual things like 
chickpea noodles and textured vegetable protein. Make sure to ask about the nut butters as they can make them up for you!

It's not just food, there's plenty of waste-free household and beauty alternatives. Bring your own containers to fill with washing up liquid, fabric softener and cleaning products. Plus there's soaps, shampoo bars, deodorants and bamboo everything from toothbrushes to cutlery for picnics and camping.

We were so impressed with the selection of products squeezed into Sea No Waste and will be back with a shopping list and empty jars very soon!

17 Keptie Street, Arbroath, DD11 3AE
Mon-Sat 09.30-17.00 | Sun closed
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