Brandless' Pop-Up Is Focused on Community Engagement Rather Than Selling Products

The shop will be in LA for two weeks

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This time, though, it’s not luxury shoes or a mattress company. It’s Brandless, a relatively new(ish) startup that sells everyday grocery and household essentials like tissues, toothpaste and tortilla chips for $3 (and donates a meal to Feeding America with every purchase). However, unlike other pop-ups that center around selling products, Brandless is hosting two weeks of programming from May 1 to 13 in Los Angeles with different panels centered around wellness and nutrition.

The experience, dubbed “Pop-Up

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