ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: KENTUCKY
-Nutrition Center: Per a reader submission, this store sells bulk dry goods like grains, beans, snacks, herbs, and spices.
-Good Foods Co-op: Has a packed bulk aisle featuring, well, good foods: whole grains, rices, organic dried beans, baking supplies such as flours and sweeteners, nuts, seeds, trail mixes, snacks, dried fruits, candy, salt, cooking oils, local honey, vinegar, freshly ground nut butters, and more.
-Lucky’s Market: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies (including alternative flours), beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, trail mix, granola, dried fruits, candy, nut butters, honey, agave, and more.
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