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Help zero-waste shop succeed!

Bulk Market   started life as a Dalston pop-up, stocking 200 types of organic, local and loose produce in retro-sweet-shop-style jars. By  shopping at Bulk Market rather than the supermarket, customers support the local social enterprises   that stock their wares there – like  Dusty Knuckle Bakery , which helps former young offenders become bakers. Bulk Market Dalston closed in December, and now founder Ingrid Caldironi is crowdfunding to open a permanent site elsewhere in Hackney.  You can help Bulk Market secure a permanent space and expand its range of products by donating to its  Indiegogo campaign .  Plus, the  green ethos will be tied into the very design of the new shop, from the upholstery and fittings – created out of stage sets donated by the Royal Opera House and the fixtures – made from yogurt pots and crates. Rewards range from 10 percent off your first shop to a lifetime discount and your name enshrined on the wall. And if you live locally, make sure to turn up onc

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