New Everyday lower produce pricing

New Everyday lower produce pricing

In an effort to be more accessible, we have done a thorough review of our fresh produce prices. Great news - we are now offering most our our fresh produce offerings at lower everyday prices - some as low, or lower, than the non-organic options you would find at larger chain stores!
October 07, 2021 — Kara Rijnen
Fall Hours

Fall Hours

School is back and the Fall is upon us!

This means we are able to return to more normal hours in the store. We will be open 6 days a week (closed on Tuesdays) and we will be open late on Thursdays - open from 10 am to 8 pm. We hope these new hours help making visiting us easier for you.

September 10, 2021 — Heenal Rajani
Now Hiring: Thing Library Coordinator

Now Hiring: Thing Library Coordinator

Based out of the same building as Reimagine’s package-free grocery store and community hub at 206 Piccadilly Street in downtown London, the Thing Library will launch in Fall 2021.

We are looking to hire a Thing Library Coordinator who, as the only paid staff member of the Thing Library, will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks, including recruiting, training and managing volunteers, developing relationships with partner organizations, and speaking about the Thing Library to current and potential members.

Read on for more details of the position and how to apply (deadline September 12).

August 30, 2021 — Heenal Rajani
Summer hours

Summer hours

Starting this Monday, July 19, we are switching up our store hours 🕰 These new hours reflect when we see traffic actually coming to the store, plus our capacity to be in store right now. Juggling kids, work and life has become tricky while being open 7 days a week, and we need to take care of our family and ourselves. We appreciate your understanding and hope you can still visit us during these reduced hours.
July 19, 2021 — Heenal Rajani
How to Watch Out for "Eco-Friendly" Companies That are Actually Greenwashing

How to Watch Out for "Eco-Friendly" Companies That are Actually Greenwashing

Greenwashing is the term used to describe a company's attempt at seeming "greener" than they really are. Releasing "eco-friendly" products has become a marketing trend, and it's important to be able to differentiate between what's good for the environment, and what's greenwashing marketing.

Here are some of the signs you need to look for when deciding whether a company or product is greenwashing, or actually eco-friendly.

July 09, 2021 — Reimagine Co
How We Minimize our Environmental Impact

How We Minimize our Environmental Impact

Here are a few things we do to minimize our environmental impact. We believe in buying local produce, and reducing food waste.
June 28, 2021 — Reimagine Co
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The 6 R's

The 6 R's

When you were young, you were probably taught the "3 R's" - reduce, reuse and recycle - but, in fact, there are at least 6 R's that you need to be aware of when it comes to minimizing your waste and living in a more sustainable way.
June 28, 2021 — Reimagine Co
Zero Waste Simple Swaps for Your Bathroom

Zero Waste Simple Swaps for Your Bathroom

Here are some of our favourite zero waste simple swaps for your bathroom! The bathroom can seem like a difficult place to get started, but it's actually quite easy. These swaps are usually cheaper in the long run, last a lot longer, and are definitely better for the environment. You're in the bathroom every day - why not invest?
June 25, 2021 — Reimagine Co
Zero Waste Simple Swaps for Your Kitchen

Zero Waste Simple Swaps for Your Kitchen

Looking for ways to get started on your zero waste kitchen? Here are our favourite simple swaps. We're in the kitchen everyday because we need to eat, what we don't need is bags worth of single use products being thrown away each day. Replacing all your single-use plastic or paper items with reusable items will not only save you money, but it'll make a big impact on the amount of landfill waste you produce.
June 09, 2021 — Reimagine Co
A local food delivery service for London

A local food delivery service for London

Reimagine is proud and excited to be leading a new initiative with our friends Sunfest and partners HEAL, Storyhaus Digital and London's 5 Business Improvement Areas (BIA's), and with financial support from the City of London through its London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) program.

An alternative to UberEats and other cellphone food delivery apps that stick restaurants with enormous charges, the Good Foods Project will be a web-based platform featuring mom and pop restaurants.

May 28, 2021 — Heenal Rajani