sustainability

  1. May 12, 2021

    Six Questions from Greencity with Zero Waste Market

    Zero Waste Market are one of our geographically closest customers, located just along Duke Street from Greencity HQ in Dennistoun. They’ve been up and running as a shop since March 2019, and have been a fantastic local fixture ever since. We asked them a few questions to learn more about z

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  2. May 08, 2020

    How could our purchasing preferences change after the Coronavirus pandemic?

    by Tess Davis, Greencity intern

    The COVID-19 crisis has completely changed our way of life, including how we think about, access and purchase food. We have seen widespread panic behaviours such as stockpiling change how

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  3. January 20, 2020

    Scotland’s Speciality Show 2020

    It’s that time of year again for the Speciality Show; the only trade show in Scotland to showcase the diverse and vibrant speciality food and drink sector. Over 170 companies turned up to Glasgow’s SEC to exhibit thousands of products – and, of course, we were one of them.

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  4. September 27, 2019

    Six Questions from Greencity with SeaVeg

    This week’s 6 questions are with SeaVeg, a small family run business that imports and distributes fresh dried sea vegetables direct from independent pickers and packers in Donegal. Seaweed was previously a staple diet of coastal regions of western Europe and Scandinavia but fell into decline w

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  5. April 24, 2019

    Greencity Palm / SLS Free Soaps

    New Formula Greencity Palm / SLS Free Soaps

    Established in 2004, our Greencity soaps are already a firm favourite amongst our customers. On their 15th anniversary, we have decided to rework the formula for our soaps and have taken the decision to remove the Palm Oil and SLS from

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  6. February 13, 2019

    Six Questions from Greencity with SHØRE

    This week's Six Questions are with SHORE, the Scottish Seaweed Company. Their highly sustainable seaweed is grown and harvested on the unique shores of Wick in the North East Highlands, and they use this tasty, local sea vegetable to infuse their snack puffs with a hint of the sea, alongside

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