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Ouni to open second store in Dudelange



Similar to the first shop on rue Glesener (pictured here) the new Dudelange store will allow customers to bring or buy containers which they can refill to help reduce plastic and other packaging waste. Facebook/Ouni

Similar to the first shop on rue Glesener (pictured here) the new Dudelange store will allow customers to bring or buy containers which they can refill to help reduce plastic and other packaging waste. Facebook/Ouni

Ouni, the first organic and packaging-free shop in Luxembourg, has announced it will open a second store in Dudelange. 

For the new site, a fundraising initiative is in the works to help cover the initial costs. This is similar to how the first Ouni store on rue Glesener opened, which initially saw some 250 volunteers help launch the shop.  

According to the announcement, Dudelange was selected for its potential customer base in southern Luxembourg, not to mention what Ouni calls “the dynanism of a local community of inhabitants” through the “Transitioun Diddeleng” initiative, which kicked off in March 2019 and aims to find sustainable solutions for local citizens. 

The general assembly of members approved the new store “with great enthusiasm”, and the timing is ripe: several grocery stores are making strides to reduce plastic and other container waste, the most recent being Grosbuch earlier this month. 

The Ouni team added that informational sessions will be held in the near future concerning the new shop.