Their latest location is their largest to date, in the heart of the capital
The Refillery, a plastic-free grocery and ethical goods store, have opened their third store in Edinburgh at Moorgarth’s Waverley Market on Princes Street.
The Refillery features over 1,300 products in-store and online with the objective of offering plastic-free, ethically-sourced shopping that is accessible to everyone. The Refillery, founded by Kelly Wright, who officially opened their first store in January 2019, was created to help as many people as possible move towards a minimal waste lifestyle.
The Refillery is Edinburgh’s largest plastic-free grocery store and sells an extensive range of wholefoods, herbs and spices. They also provide a range of organic fruit and vegetables, delicious locally baked bread and fresh milk in returnable glass bottles.
In just under three years, The Refillery’s customers have saved over ½ million pieces of plastic by offering a huge range of plastic free alternatives and encouraging plastic-free production.
Waverley Market will be their largest space and project to date, situated in a prime location in the heart of the capital, with direct access to the train station.
Founder of The Refillery, Kelly Wright said: “Waverley Market is such a great location for us to continue our mission to make plastic-free shopping accessible to more people. I’m really looking forward to opening our latest store, working closely with a range of local and independent Scottish suppliers with our very own deli and lots of other exciting plans coming up.”