Where to shop for bulk, package-free, zero waste foods in Idaho a state-by-state grocery store guide | Litterless


-Boise Co-op: Bulk grains, beans, rice, flours, sweeteners, nuts, seeds, snacks, trail mix, granola, tea, herbs, spices, honey, cooking oil, and other liquids. This co-op has an incredible selection, including eight different types of kombucha as well as wine on tap! Go forth and zero waste, Boise-ans.

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-Pilgrims Market: Bulk grains, beans, baking supplies, gluten free options in a separate area, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, and coffee.


-Barrels & Bins Natural Market: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, popcorn, dried fruits, snacks, herbs, spices, loose-leaf tea, and more, plus bulk liquid soaps.


-Moscow Co-op: You'll be able to purchase bulk pantry staples such as grains, beans, legumes, nuts, snacks, dog and cat food, olive oil, vinegar, honey herbs, spices, and teas, as well as bulk soap and laundry detergent.


-The Pocatello Co-op: Sells package-free dry goods such as grains, beans, nuts, herbs, teas, bar soap, and more! They also sell locally-grown and locally produced foods, so be sure to check out their lovely fruits and vegetables.

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