ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: TEXAS.

shop copy.pngWhere to shop for bulk, package-free, zero waste foods in Texas: a state-by-state grocery store guide | Litterless

Austin

-H-E-B: Their bulk section also provides many spices and dry goods (including candy, coffee, and more) package-free.
-Sprouts Farmers Market: Offers a bulk section with pantry staples, nuts, coffee, candy, and more.
-Wheatsville Co-ops: Have wonderful bulk aisles where you can fill your own containers with pantry staples, herbs, teas, spices, organic coffee, laundry detergent, soap, and body care products.

College Station

-Brazos Natural Foods: Has a good-size selection of legumes, grains, spices, flours, teas, coffee, and base beauty products, (clay powders, activated charcoal, etc.) and they encourage patrons to bring in their own containers.
-The Tipsy Bean and Blackwater Draw: Sell and refill growlers for local beers.

Dallas/Fort Worth

-Sprouts Farmers Market: Offers a bulk section comparable to Whole Foods with pantry staples, nuts, coffee, candy, and more.

Denton

-Winco Foods: Sells bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, candy, cereal, nut butters, bulk oil, bulk vinegar, and more.

Houston

-Granel Global Spice Market: Bulk herbs, spices, teas, dried fruits, and nuts. 
-H-E-B: Their bulk section also provides many spices and dry goods (including candy, coffee, and more) package-free.
-Houston Dairy Maids: Bring your own container to scoop up some local cheese.
-Urban Eats: A source for bulk oils and vinegars.

Rogers

-Walker Honey Farm: Choose from tons of different varieties of bulk honey, or even fill up a growler with honey mead.

Waco

-Waco Farmers' Market: Stop by Dairy Meadows Soaps for locally made, package-free soaps, including shampoo bars.

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