Conscious Consumption: The Package-Free Grocery Store
In.gredients, the first store of its kind in the U.S., is set to open this fall in Austin, Texas.
As the home and birthplace of Whole Foods Market, Austin is known for its local approach to sustainable eating. Now it looks like the Texas capital is set to make yet another mark on the national grocery store landscape. In.gredients will be the first “package-free” supermarket in the United States. Much like London’s Unpackaged, In.gredients will be an exercise in the “sustainable micro-grocer business model.”
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