Brixton-based grocer Good Club aims to be the world's first zero-waste online supermarket

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Good Club grocer is taking initiatives to become ‘the world’s first zero-waste online supermarket’.

The start-up, which launched in 2018, is aiming for a closed loop for its packaging. Consumers will receive products in reusable bags that they can return to the grocer after use. The company will clean the packs, refill the product, and return it to the consumer.

Co-founder of Good Club, Ben Patten, stated that the focus of the company is on items that are “particularly hard to find in non-plastic.”

Good Club is also looking at more sustainable packaging options and intends to switch all of its packaging to eco-friendly substitutes or eliminate products that cannot be sustainably packed.

To know more about the initiative, check out Good Club’s crowdfunding campaign or connect with co-founder Ben Patten on LinkedIn.