My Twitter feed lit up with exclamations of excitement and congratulations when Cardiff-born freelance journalist Sophie Rae announced that she would be opening Cardiff’s first zero waste shop, aptly named ‘Ripple’. And now that it’s open, you can shop there yourself.

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By encouraging customers to purchase boxes that can be reused and infinitely recycled, it is hoped that the initiative will help cut down on the number of grease-stained pizza boxes that are mistakenly put into recycling bags every year.

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With people in the UK throwing away a staggering £13bn worth of food every year, there is a real need to address the food waste problem. Here in Cardiff, we have our fair share of passionate entrepreneurs and small businesses who are doing their bit to raise awareness and inspire action to help tackle the issue.

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Thanks to the latest technology, an abandoned air raid shelter 33 metres below Clapham High Street is being used to grow ‘micro herbs’ including fennel, garlic chives and pea shoots. The sustainable salad crop will go on sale in M&S stores for the first time this week.

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