Dükkan — Waste Free Shop in Istanbul

Dukkan front window

In an effort to improve my Turkish and learn what’s going on in my neighbourhood, I regularly check out the Kadikoy Council website. That’s how I discovered their latest initiative, Dükkan (Turkish for Shop), Kadikoy Council Waste Free Shop. It opened around three months ago and sells products and foods that are long-lasting, ecologically sustainable, produced from local seeds, non-poisonous and seasonal, sourced from local…

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