ECO PANTRY IN THE NEWS
Level Theory - Filming at The Eco Pantry
The Eco Pantry is a plastic free refillery based in Sevenoaks and local Farmers’ Markets in Kent. We’ve crossed paths with them at various farmers markets in recent months and when we heard they were opening their first ever shop, we decided to head down and capture the start of what is likely to be a very successful story for them.
We visited the Eco Pantry as a team of four, Evan (our head of video), Henry & Hannah (our fabulous interns) and me (Jess, Director of LT). While Evan, Hannah and Henry gathered all the footage they needed for our forthcoming video edit about the business, I took a few snaps, chatted to the customers and absorbed the atmosphere.....Read more
Rencraft - Welcome to The Eco Pantry
There’s a bit of a buzz here on Chart Farm at the moment, as our new neighbours prepare for their grand opening!
We’re thrilled to welcome The Eco Pantry, a brand new plastic-free refillery which opens it’s doors for the first time on Saturday 20th July 2019.
It’s a fresh and exciting concept which allows customers to re-use and refill containers from home with dried fruit, pasta, rice, pulses, herbs, spices, baking goods, tea, coffee and more.
The idea is to help the increasing number of environmentally conscious shoppers in this area to cut down on their single-use plastic consumption....Read more
Kent Online -
Where can I buy food without plastic wrapping in Kent?
The Eco Pantry will open its doors for the first time this weekend.
The eco-friendly shop is Sevenoaks' first zero-waste, plastic-free store.
Karen O'Brien, 30, and her partner Callum O'Reilly, 30, set up the business after they noticed the large amount of single-use plastic they were throwing away every week....Read more
Support Local Magazine - The Refill Revolution
Awareness of plastic pollution is at an all time high thanks to Blue Planet and the recent announcement on the ban of plastic drinking straws, stirrers and cotton buds, coming into effect next year. Whilst this is most definitely a positive change, there are still so many products being produced as a single-use plastic, or wrapped in unrecyclable plastic packaging; particularly food. This is where there is a notable shift towards the refill or unpackaged options for grocery shopping...Read more