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Maltese Woman To Bring Eco-Friendly Wholefood Store To Popular UK Student City

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Bristol, a buzzing student city in the west of England is about to usher in a popular wholefood store franchise thanks to Maltese-born Stephie Mizzi.

With the assistance of her partner, Rich Green, Mizzi and Scoop Wholefoods aims to provide the bustling city with an environmentally friendly and sustainable shopping experience.

The heart of Scoop has always been local

Stephie took inspiration for Scoop from like-minded Australian Scoop Wholefoods franchisors, who have pioneered the pilot of the concept for the past six years and are now rolling out in Singapore.

The Kirks, who left Malta for Australia seven years ago, found a niche in the market that struck a chord with environmentally-conscious Australian consumers. Together, Stephie and the Kirks adapted Scoop Wholefoods to fit into the UK, giving it a totally “local flavour”. The franchise is ready to adapt a universally sustainable concept into a completely local context. So much so, that nothing has been sourced from Australia. 

Scoop will be working hard with local suppliers and distributors in order to maintain a steady stock of fresh foods and ingredients

Scoop’s diverse catalogue of items ranges from nuts, seeds, grains, flours, oils, condiments, herbs, spices, chocolate and treats to household and bathroom essentials, such as shampoo, conditioner, washing up liquid and floor cleaners.

There will also be a range of household and beauty products, kitchen and bathroom cleaning items, and baby essentials.

Stores in Australia feature awesome additions like refillable organic Kombucha on tap, their website even offers recipes featuring their own products in the spotlight.

We need this in Malta. Why hasn’t Kombucha taken off yet? 

They even churn their own nut butters in-store, and it looks like heaven. 

Talk about a plastic-free haven! We so need this to come to Malta’s shores… ASAP.

Tag a zero-waste buddy below!

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