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


-Mr. Bulky's: Bulk baking supplies, like flour, sugar, chocolates, candies, herbs, spices, and more.


-The Farmacy: According to a reader submission, this spot has bulk grains, beans, herbs, spices, honey, olive oil, and more.


-Earth Fare: You can buy bulk dry staples, with the addition of candies, maple syrup, agave nectar, and apple cider vinegar.
-Raisin Rack: Stocks baking supplies like flour and sugar, whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, trail mix, chocolate chips, soup mixes, pasta, energy chunks, flax, chia, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, honey, and nut butters.


-Essencha Tea House: Stock up on package-free, loose-leaf teas.
-Fresh Thyme and Findlay Market for a wider variety of bulk pantry staples.


-Lucky's Market: You can buy a wide variety of dry goods here, like grains, beans, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, snacks, and more.
-Mediterranean Food Imports: This spot offers bulk herbs and spices. Ask if they'd be willing to fill your own containers!


-Fresh Thyme: Grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruits, candies, honey, olive oil, and more.


-Kent Natural Foods Co-op: You can purchase bulk nuts, seeds, flour, oats, sugar, herbs, and spices.


-Phoenix Earth Food Co-op: Sells bulk herbs, spices, tea, coffee, dried foods and pantry essentials, candy, snacks, protein powder, apple cider vinegar, local honey, maple syrup, olive oil, and tamari.

Yellow Springs

-Tom’s Market: Grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, trail mixes, and more.

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