Dundee woman prepares to open new zero-plastic Broughty Ferry store

  The Courier 

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A Dundee-based chartered accountant has handed in her notice at a large finance firm and is set to open a plastic free, environmentally friendly retail outlet in Broughty Ferry next week.
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