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


-Co-op Food Store: Find all kinds of dry pantry staples (beans, grains, baking supplies, spices, snacks, and more), as well as a fantastic liquid bulk section with honey, soy sauce, tamari, olive and canola oils, vanilla, and sesame seed oil. Take a look at their full list of bulk products on their website.


-Monadnock Food Co-op: Sells bulk pantry staples, such as baking essentials, grains, beans, snacks, herbs, and spices.


-Littleton Co-op: You'll see grains, flour, beans, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, olive oil, tea, herbs, spices, fair trade coffee, granola, and more.

New London

-Concord Food Co-op: Features bulk basics, such as grains (stock up on locally milled flour!), beans (including some fun heirloom varieties), legumes, tea, spices, and more.


-Portsmouth Health Food: Bulk rains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, pastas, herbs, spices, teas, liquid soaps, laundry detergent, dishwasher powder, shampoo, conditioner, and more.
-The Spice & Tea Exchange: Bulk herbs, spices, teas, infused sugars, salts, and more.


-Peppercorn: You can find bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, snacks, granola, tea, herbs, spices, honey, balsamic vinegar, local maple syrup, olive oil, tamari, soap, laundry detergent, and dish soap.

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