The Good Life Refill
Join the refill revolution and shop plastic free!
We're the eco-friendly and ethical alternative for food & lifestyle shopping in Leighton Buzzard. Our mission is to make sustainable living easier for you.
We sell dry goods, household cleaning products, body care and lifestyle products.
We source our products ethically, supporting independent suppliers, fairtrade & co-operatives.
We focus on selling organic produce or products made using sustainable materials. We're all about making a healthier planet.
All our products are sold without single use plastic. So you can buy as much or as little as you want, and only pay for the weight of the goods!
Sound like your kind of thing? Head to our FAQ or online shop for our price list.
As we grow our small business, we hope to inspire change and help educate others in our community about how to create a more sustainable world through our blog and workshops.
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New Opening Hours
We now have a permanent home
on Leighton Buzzard high street.
Find us at:
19 High Street,
New Open Hours:
Tuesdays - 8.30 - 6.00
Wednesdays - 10.00 - 2.00
Thursdays - 10.00 - 7.00
Fridays - 9.00 - 4.00
Saturdays - 8.30 - 4.00
Coffee&Cake Sunday, 1st of the Month: 10.00 - 2.00
We serve speciality hot coffee & vegan cakes on this Sunday only.
How does it work?
Bring your own jars, containers and bags - we're not fussy what kind as long as you're happy to carry them.
We weigh them on our scales and tare the scales to zero. If you like we can write the weight of your jar on the container to make the process speedier next time you refill.
We fill each container with your choice of product. In our refill shop we do the filling for you. There's no minimum or maximum for refilling.
Pay only for what you need, when you need it.
What We Believe In
Support Local First
We want to support the local community, whether it's stocking local products from other independent businesses or supporting local allotments to distribute their excess produce. This is a new way to do business that puts community and environment before profits.