Is it possible to be entirely package-free? A handful of independent retailers believe so. London's Unpackaged, opened in 2006, features a wide selection of fresh and nonperishable products sold in bulk bins, cases and pump dispensers. Customers bring their own containers — anything from Tupperware to plastic bags will do — weigh them at the register, then fill them with the products they want. In the United States, stores like Real Naked Foods in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood are ...

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