Eco-friendly store opens in the city

Gina Adie, of Refillosophy based in Aberdeen

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A NEW eco-friendly store has opened in Aberdeen.

Refillosophy is the brainchild of mum-of-two Gina Adie, who has been trying to live a more environmentally-friendly life for a number of years.

The plastics-free store, on Albyn Grove, is supporting a number of local businesses by stocking their products.

 Customers will be able to stock up on a number of things including coffee beans, loose tea and fresh fruit and vegetables.

Gina said: “I’m excited to be opening a store that offers plastics-free shopping and also eliminate the use of other types of environmentally unfriendly packaging.

“What has encouraged me to pursue this as a business is seeing refilleries popping up in the North-east.

“I also think that the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted a need to shop local and I hope to make it easy for people to make healthy choices when they drop by and pick up food on their way home from work.”

 

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