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Sustainable Shops You Should Check Out in Manchester

By LiveWell Community

One of the main goals to shop sustainably is to decrease the consumption of natural resources. It is important to reduce our use of single-use materials and chemicals to protect the environment and fight against climate change. At LiveWell, we went around the city to find out the best sustainable shops to visit in Manchester. Shop zero waste and check them out below.

Deadstock General Store | Northern Quarter

Deadstock is a stylish and sleek shop based in the Northern Quarter. They stock ethically made sustainable items ranging from homeware, textiles, accessories and more. Their unique products include carefully crafted danish ceramics to reusable everyday bags with playful designs. This place is perfect if you are looking for a gift with a personal touch. Check out Deadstock General Store’s Instagram page to find out more. 

McCalls Organics

Head to McCalls Organics! It is one of the longest-standing organic markets based in the city centre. They are a family business that believes in locally sourced and affordable foods with zero waste in mind. What to expect? Bring a container for refillable, or if you’re craving a sweet treat they offer vegan baked goodies too. This lovely place has so much to offer and is definitely worth the visit. Check out their website here

General Stores | Various Stores around Manchester 

General Store is a shop that sells the necessities to hand-selected craft beers. The main concept is to sell what people need but offer something a little extra. There are several stores located around the city: Ancoats, Castlefield, Deansgate, MediaCity, Mosside and Salford. As modern shopping is becoming more present around Manchester, this shop focuses on giving those extra little touches of sustainable shopping and vegan foods. Find a store near you now. 

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