ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: MARYLAND

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

Annapolis

-Sun & Earth: This store features bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, and clays (for DIY and skincare products).

Baltimore

-Juniper Culinary Apothecary: You can find bulk herbs and spices, whole leaf tea, gourmet culinary salts, hard-to-find superfoods, and local Maryland honey.
-MOM's Organic Market: Stock up on bulk basics (grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, pastas, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more).

Frederick

-Common Market: Sells a huge variety of bulk goods, including organic flours and other baking supplies, whole and milled grains, nuts, seeds, pasta, snacks, sweets, herbs, spices, cooking oils, and local honey.

Hagerstown

-Valley Co-op: Purchase bulk grains, beans, and other pantry staples.

Mt. Rainer

-Glut Market: Sells almost every food you need to go zero waste. You'll find grains, rice, beans, baking supplies such as flours and sugars, nuts, seeds, pasta, freshly ground nut butters (peanut and almond), dried fruits, fair trade coffee, locally made tofu, and much more. Plus, stock up on bulk cooking liquids such as maple syrup, four types of cooking oils, three varieties of honey, tahini, tamari, shoyu, and black strap molasses.

Rockville

-Dawson's Market: Bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, flours and baking supplies, dried fruit, snacks, and more.

Tacoma Park

-TPSS Co-op: You'll find bulk dry goods (grains, beans, nuts, snacks, and more!), as well as tofu, yogurt, oil, honey, and nut butters.

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