We think that we need to use harsh, toxic ingredients to kill bacteria and cut through the build-up of daily grease and grime, but it’s simply not true. What’s more, it’s become apparent that consistently using petrochemicals, detergents and chemical disinfectants can do more harm than good – both for the environment and for us.
Nutrition and cooking experts agree that one of the most versatile and healthy oils to cook with and eat is olive oil, as long as it's Extra Virgin. Lots of supermarket olive oils are masquerading as the real deal, when in actuality they only contain some olive oil.
The traditional consumption model istobuy a basic product, use it up and discard the container. The majority of people think they are making a difference by recycling, but statistics show that only11% of plastics are recycled. We are asking people to savetheircontainer bring it to our “Use It Again” store and refill with a similar product. This is the essence of a circular economy.
We would classify ourselves as a refill store, not zero-waste. No matter how hard we try, as consumers we do create waste. Our goal is to minimize the amount of waste created by developing a circular economy for each individual family.