ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: GEORGIA
-The Daily Groceries Co-op: Offers bulk tea, coffee, herbs, spices, baking supplies such as flour and sweeteners, trail mix, grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, and honey.
-Fig & Flower: You can stock up on refillable, nontoxic soaps and home cleaners from Common Good and Co.
-Fresh Harvest: A great resource for zero wasters. This food delivery service delivers their locally grown produce and locally made products every week or every other week depending on your preferences. You can request that nothing get wrapped in plastic and that no stickers or rubber bands are used in the packaging of your delivery. They deliver all of their baskets in reusable totes with reusable icepacks.
-Sevananda Co-op: Has such a great selection - choose grains, beans, nuts, pasta, baking supplies such as flour and sugar, candy, chocolate, snack foods (like pretzels!), soup mix, trail mix, cereal and granola, tea, coffee, spices, herbs, and bulk liquids like soaps, olive oil, soy sauce, freshly ground almond and peanut butters, and local honey.
-Sprouts: Here you'll find bulk basics like grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, candy, trail mix, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, and more.
-Country Life: Per a reader submission, this store sells bulk grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, nuts, seeds, sweeteners, dried fruits, granola, snacks, and more.
-Earth Fare: Purchase bulk dry goods and liquids such as syrup, soy sauce, and cooking oil.
-Lucky’s Market: Grains, beans, nuts, seeds, flours and baking supplies, snacks, and more.
-Nourish: Package-free shampoo and conditioner bars, bulk soap, other low-waste personal care items. Per a reader tip, be sure to specify that you don't want the products put in plastic bags at check out.
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