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Cut the Wrap!

Cut the Wrap!

Cut The Wrap! Zero Waste Shop is a new twist on an old idea. We are a grocery store selling goods by weight, either directly into your own container or using the recycled and recyclable paper bags provided. We also sell a wide range of zero waste sundries to help cut down on single-use plastics and live a lower waste lifestyle.
We always support local businesses over huge multinationals and as such are really chuffed to be able to stock Shed 1 Gin Marmalade and Chocolates – A local producer with an ethical mindset and delicious goodies to offer!

Address:

Cut the Wrap!, 3b Upper Brook Street, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7BH

Website:

www.cutthewrap.co.uk

Contact:

01229 581299

News Archive

We’re Finalists!

It’s been quite the week and it’s all about being finalists! On Wednesday Zoe got a call to say she’s an Enterprise Vision Award (EVA) Finalist. These awards recognise women in business across the North West. Then, on the same day, we opened our email box to find that we’ve been shortlisted in the North… Continue Reading

We’d love to hear what you think

We’ve added a section to our website where you can leave a review, and we hope that you do! Since our launch, we’ve had so much positive feedback which we still get a little overwhelmed by. When someone buys online they have to take a leap in the dark, as they don’t get to try… Continue Reading

What is a micro-distillery & are we one?

People ask us what is the definition of a micro-distillery and are we one? Well, it’s an interesting question and not easily answered. We were reading an American article the other day and it stated that “Maximum production for a ‘craft’ or ‘artisan’ distiller should not exceed 50,000 proof gallons per year. How much is… Continue Reading

All the latest Shed 1 Gin news direct to your inbox!

Hello Everyone, There’s so much happening here at Shed 1 HQ that we’re finding it hard to keep up with it all! So, we’ve decided to start a newsletter to keep everyone in the loop about events, new products, collaborations and, drum roll please, the progress of our move from Garden Shed to Cow Shed.… Continue Reading