A DUNFERMLINE shop has launched a new eco-friendly living range to promote sustainability.

National healthcare charity, Sue Ryder, is now stocking the Eco Living range including a range of contemporary, everyday items.

The shop on Chalmers Street has items such as soap bars, organic produce bars, compostable sponges and reusable food wraps.

The range is designed to combat waste and plastic pollution whilst not compromising on style or finish.

Ann Burrell, Dunfermline shop manager, said: "By their very nature, our retail shops already contribute a great deal to helping people reduce their impact on the planet.

"As consumers become more conscious of how they treat the environment and in particular the use of plastics, they now have the opportunity to go waste free and browse the Eco Living range as they drop off any unwanted, pre-loved items and maybe bag themselves a bargain at the same time.

"We are thrilled to have been selected to have these products in our shop.

"I have no doubt they will make a big impression on our regular customers, many of whom are passionate about doing their bit to save the planet."

Sue Ryder is trialling the Eco Living range in a small number of its shops, with the hope to expand across more locations in the UK following a successful pilot.

The charity supports people through the most difficult times of their lives, whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition.