ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: MONTANA
-Good Earth Market: Encourages customers to bring jars in to use in their bulk aisle - hooray! Stock up on pantry goods like grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, snacks, sweets, pasta, herbs, spices, and teas.
-Lucky's Market: Have them tare your empty container at the register or customer service, then head to the bulk section to grab grains, beans, legumes, soup mixes, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, trail mix, dried fruit, snacks, and more.
-Community Food Co-op: You can find an incredible bulk foods selection, featuring dried goods (grains, beans, nuts, baking supplies, dried fruit snacks, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, and the like), as well as bulk liquids such as vinegar (apple cider, balsamic, and red wine), Bragg's amino acids, cooking oils (toasted sesame, canola, olive, and safflower), sweeteners (honey, agave, and maple syrup), maple syrup, tamari, soy sauce, and more. Plus, they also sell bulk household cleaners: all purpose cleaner, dish soap, laundry soap and detergent, and dishwasher detergent. You can find their full list of products here.
-2J's Fresh Market: Grains, beans, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, snacks, and more.
-The Good Food Store: A huge bulk department, where you can find package-free coffee, nuts, baking supplies, beans, rice, spices, cooking oils, pasta, pet food, lotions and shampoo, and household cleaning supplies (for the full list, click here).
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