Bulk Zero Waste Shopping at Wegmans

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In October 2017, I had the opportunity to shop at a newly opened Wegmans location in Whippany, New Jersey.  It is highly recommended to me by a fellow member of Green Summit, alluding that it is a wonderful store to zero waste bulk shop at.  Since this store opened in July and has been open for nearly two months before I visited I had expected everything to be in smooth working order.  Read on to find out if it was!

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