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Season 2, Episode 14: Zero-Waste Grocery Shopping in San Diego with Isabelle DeMillan of The Mighty Bin
This month on the Wellness in San Diego podcast we’re demystifying zero-waste living + sharing helpful tips so you can take steps to cut down on waste each + every day.
This week’s guest is Isabelle DeMillan, the founder of San Diego’s first zero-waste grocery store, The Mighty Bin. Located in North Park, The Mighty Bin has everything you need to transition to a sustainable lifestyle plus tons of local produce, bulk + household goods.
Isabelle joins shares how she was inspired to start a zero-waste grocery store from her background in wildlife conservation plus helpful tips on how to buy groceries the zero-waste way.
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