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The Wally Shop - A Grocery Delivery Service That Skips Plastic

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The Wally Shop is a new grocery delivery service that help users skip plastic use. Uproxx.com recently wrote, "The Wally Shop, a self-proclaimed zero-waste grocery delivery service... Launched in New York at the start of 2019, the Brooklyn-based company uses bike couriers to deliver dry goods and local produce packed in organic cotton mesh bags and sealable glass jars..."

Added on the 28/02/2019 07:47:21 - Copyright : Wochit

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