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Former Manchester United Player Opens a Zero Waste Supermarket

Customers are encouraged to bring their own jars or bottles to the store to put raw materials in.

Former Manchester United player Richard Eckersley has opened up a zero waste supermarket called Earth.Food.Love. in the U.K., which sources stock from local farmers. Customers are encouraged to bring their own jars or bottles to the store to put raw materials in.

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The Sun has more details:

MANCHESTER UNITED's youth team provided a great platform for many players, including Richard Eckersley.

The 28-year-old came through the ranks at United and had a fruitful professional career, but he has now turned his back on football to set up an environmentally friendly zero-waste supermarket.

The former footballer has started a new business venture with his wife Nicola in Devon called Earth.Food.Love.

Read the full story here.

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