COVID-19: We’re still open (see our opening hours below and check back as these may change).
We all want to stay safe and keep supplying you as long as we can.
So, we are taking orders at the door (very clean containers delivered by well-washed hands are still accepted) and you can also pre-order for pick-up via:
When you pre-order please leave your name, a contact number and your postcode. Please note that stocks of some items are limited, particularly rice and pasta.
We will contact you to let you know the time when you can come and collect your order.
Contactless and card payments only please.
When picking-up please observe social distancing rules and allow 2m between each person.
Wash your hand before you come and do not come if you are showing any symptoms.
Thank you so much for bearing with!
Website ordering – COMING SOON!
Find us just 2 minutes from Market Square in Nottingham City centre, at the Front Shop at the Malt Cross 16 St James’ St, NG1 6FG.
Our new limited opening times are:
Thursdays – Mondays: 12-3pm
Tuesdays and Wednesdays: Closed
We’re here to help you shop more consciously to reduce your environmental impact.
Bring your own containers for bulk, unpackaged food, lower impact personal care, ‘on-the-go’ items, sustainable household goods and gifts.
So, why Shop Zero?
Our focus is on giving you great quality sustainable goods with minimal packaging and a lower environmental impact.
To reduce packaging and food waste, we offer wholefoods and store cupboard essentials in bulk and unpackaged – ready for your own containers in the quantities that you choose.
We stock a wide range of lower impact personal care items, household goods and gifts, all with sustainability in mind.
At Shop Zero we know the provenance of what we sell – where our products come from and what they’re made of. We work alongside local producers and makers to bring you great quality with a lower environmental cost.
We’re here to talk with you about what you’re buying.
We need a change in the way we consume and shop. Nature is cyclical and we need to follow her example. We’ve become disconnected from our environment and we want to support the move away from a linear approach of producing greater and greater amount of waste towards taking more responsibility for the impact we have on our world.
Let’s work together to make a positive change.