7 May 2021
In Johannesburg, a zero-waste grocery bus saves money as well as packaging
The Skhaftin bus, named for a South African word for lunchbox, is a converted school bus that sells dried foods like rice, beans, porridge, spices and sugar, as well as fresh produce from a local farm, all at reasonable prices. People bring their own containers and fill them from bulk bins.
Skhaftin started driving through Johannesburg's Inner City in March — a WhatsApp group lets ...