In recent years, a spate of no-waste markets have popped up across Europe. In cities like Berlin, Vienna and Barcelona, shop owners have a simple philosophy: Pre-empt waste from bags and packages by simply not offering them.
Now the trend is heading across the ocean.
Sarah Metz is working to open a zero-waste grocery store in Brooklyn,
New York, where customers could bring their own reusable containers to
measure out just the right amount of food items and other household
products. . . . more