DELAWARE

Newark

-Newark Natural Foods: Offers bulk grains, baking supplies, flours, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, trail mix, granola, and more.

MARYLAND

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.

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.

Statewide

-MOM's Organic Market: Stock up on things like bulk basics (grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more), as well as more unusual things like bulk tofu. You can find a full list of their Maryland locations here.

NEW JERSEY

Cherry Hill

-MOM's Organic Market: You can fill up your own containers with grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more, as well as more unusual things like bulk tofu and cleaning products.

New Brunswick

-George Street Co-op: Features bulk dry goods, such as flour, sweeteners, baking supplies, whole and milled grains, beans, legumes, lentils, nuts, seeds, trail mix, snacks, granola, and more.

Newton

-Sussex Country Food Co-op: Stock up on all manner of bulk dry goods: grains, beans, nuts, snacks, herbs, spices, and more!

Princeton

-Whole Earth Center: Shop for package-free grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, baking supplies, granola, dried fruit and dates, snacks, popcorn, candy, tea, coffee, herbs, spices, peanut butter, honey, molasses, maple syrup, cooking oils, and more.

NEW YORK

Albany

-Honest Weight Co-op: Choose to fill your own containers with bulk cooking and baking supplies, pasta, grains, rice, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, teas, herbs, spices, nut butters, coffee, cooking oils, vinegar, extracts, maple syrup, miso, soy sauce, nontoxic household cleaners from Common Good, and even purified water.
-Lark St. Natural Foods: You can find kombucha on tap.

Brooklyn

-Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store: Has a Common Good refill station for bulk cleaning supplies.
-Bushwick Food Co-op: You can find beans, rice, grain, flours, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, coffee, tea, spices, oil, vinegar, granola, and more (for the full list of bulk products that they offer, click here).
-Depanneur: You can purchase bulk cleaning supplies from Common Good.
-Flatbush Food Co-op: Sells bulk herbs, spices, grains, nuts, tea, dried fruit, seeds, beans, nutritional yeast, snacks, and gluten-free flours and pasta.
-Package-Free Shop: Stop by for bulk castile soap, bulk face and body oil, laundry detergent, facial scrubs, package-free deodorant, bar soap, and other goods for stocking a zero waste home. You can find a full list of their in-store bulk offerings here.
-Perelandra Natural Foods: Bulk dry goods like grains, beans, nuts, snacks, and more.
-Sahadi's: Stock up on spices, olives, nuts, dried fruits, and coffee beans.

Buffalo

-Lexington Co-op: At their two locations, this co-op has an entire wall of bulk products including grains, flours and baking supplies, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, dried fruit and snacks, granolas, herbs, spices, tea, and more.

Ghent

-Hawthorne Valley Farm Store: You can purchase bulk food products (such as grains, nuts, pasta, beans, spices, and herbs), as well as bulk home cleaners made by Common Good and Co.

High Falls

-High Falls Food Co-op: Offers bulk dry goods, such as grains, beans, nuts, seeds, and baking supplies.

Hudson

-Valley Variety: You can purchase refillable household cleaning supplies made by Common Good and Co.

Ithaca

-Green Star Natural Foods Market: Serves grains, nuts, beans, seeds, pasta, baking supplies like flours and sugars, granola, cereal, dried fruit, herbs, spices, teas, peanut butter, tofu, honey, white miso, vinegars, agave nectar, syrups, canola oil, olive oil, shampoo, conditioner, and more - bring your own containers from home and stock up!

Kingston

-Mother Earth's Storehouse: This spot sells bulk grains, pastas, baking supplies, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, snacks, candies, herbs, spices, teas, nut butters, vinegar, and more.

Marion

-Fork and Anchor: Refill your bottles with nontoxic home cleaners made by Common Good.

New York City area

-Brooklyn: See Brooklyn, above!
-Common Good & Co: An NYC-based company that makes nontoxic, sustainable, refillable cleaning products for your home, laundry, and body. They have refill stations all across the city, where you can bring a reused container to fill up. Find a location near you, here.
-Fairway Market: This spot in Manhattan features standard bulk dry goods such as flours, beans, nuts, and snacks.
-Fourth Street Co-op: Dry goods like grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, spices, and more. They also have more unusual items like bulk tofu, seaweed, liquid sweeteners, oil, vinegar, and liquid soaps, as well as unpackaged bar soaps. They are a small shop so what they have in stock changes often, but they make an effort to update their website as often as volunteers can. If you've forgotten a container they have spares; you can also donate your extras for use in their bulk section.
-Integral Yoga Natural Foods: Likely has any bulk good you could want: dry goods, seaweed, liquids (oil, vinegar, sweeteners), nut butter, miso, and even hygiene products (such as liquid soap, shampoo, conditioner, shea butter, and cocoa butter).
-Kalustyan's: A spot for bulk grains, nuts, seeds, snacks, candy, herbs, and spices.
-Lifethyme Market: This Manhattan spot has bulk soaps, laundry detergent, and aromatherapy supplies.
-Natural Frontier Market: Standard bulk dry goods such as flours, beans, nuts, and snacks.
-Organic Forever: This space in Harlem sells bulk dry goods, pantry basics like flours, nuts, beans, seeds, snacks, and more.
- Pasteur Pharmacy: Sells safety razors.

Ogdensburgh, NY

-Healthy Way: Has a huge bulk spice section, including beetroot powder (which you can use to make your own blush!).

Plattsburgh

-North Country Food Co-op: Has a large bulk section (an entire room dedicated to it!), which has spices, teas, coffees, herbs, rice, beans, granola, flour, sugar, pasta, soaps, and more!

Potsdam

-Potsdam Food Co-op: Has bulk beans, rice, coffee, tea, tons of spices, roasted nuts, olive oil, vinegars, local honey, local maple syrup, flour, sugar, herbs, dish soap, laundry detergent (powdered and liquid), and locally made soaps.

Rochester

-Abundance Food Co-op: This spot has a great selection that includes grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, granola, snacks, herbs, spices, and tea. They also sell liquid bulk, including olive oil, soy sauce, vanilla extract, and peanut and almond butter. They also have laundry and dish detergent as well as shampoo, conditioner and lotion in bulk. 

Saratoga Springs

-Healthy Living Market: You can refill your containers with nontoxic home cleaning products from Common Good and purchase the following foods in bulk: grains, beans, rice, nuts, trail mixes, granola, spices, and baking supplies.

Saugerties

-Light House: At this home goods shop, you can purchase bulk liquid home cleaning products made by Common Good and Co

Shelter Island

-Table of Content: You can purchase refillable household cleaning supplies made by Common Good and Co.

Syracuse

-Syracuse Real Food Co-op: Sells bulk dry goods such as granola, grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, tea, coffee, honey, oil, and package-free bar soap.

PENNSYLVANIA

Doylestown

-Doylestown Food Market: You can find bulk coffee beans.
-The Larder: Bring your own containers to fill up at this spot, which has a huge selection of bulk foods ranging from dry pantry staples to coffee to herbs and spices and teas to candy to baking supplies and more.
-White Nest Market: You can purchase refillable, nontoxic soaps and household cleaners made by Common Good.

Erie

-Whole Foods Co-op: Features bulk grains, beans and legumes, nuts, seeds, and freshly ground nut butter.

Harrisburg

-Healthy Grocer: This spot sells bulk pantry staples (grains, beans, baking supplies, and more) that you can take home in your own containers; they also have kombucha on tap.
-Provisions: Has a great bulk selection of grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, baking supplies, snacks, and more.

Lancaster

-Lemon Street Market: At this store focused on healthy, sustainable living, you can find bulk food, cleaning, and personal care supplies.

Pittsburgh

-East End Food Co-op: You can find a large dry goods wall (featuring grains, flours, sugars and baking supplies, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, granola, trail mix, dried mushrooms, fair trade coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more), as well as bulk liquids including sesame oil, canola oil, balsamic and red wine vinegars, vanilla extract, dishwashing soap, castile soap, and more. You'll find their full list of bulk products here.

Philadelphia area

-Essene Market: Offers a small selection of bulk organic products and food on the go that you can get in your own container. They also sell refillable laundry detergent!
-Italian Market Spice Co: A reader confirmed with these folks that you can bring your own containers here to fill up on herbs and spices.
-Mariposa Co-op in West Philly: A good selection of bulk dry goods (think: grains, beans, snacks) and local produce.
-MOM's Organic Market in Bryn Mawr: Offers things like bulk grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more, as well as more unusual things like bulk tofu and refillable dish soap.
 -Reading Terminal Market: Stop by for their bulk shop, as well as other unpackaged goodies throughout the market.
-Tired Hands on the Main Line: Bring a growler from home to fill up with their delicious beer on tap.
-Weaver's Way: A large co-op northwest of the city with a comprehensive dry goods wall.

VIRGINIA

Blacksburg

-Eats Natural Foods: You can buy package-free coffee, tea, herbs, and spices.

Charlottesville

-Integral Yoga: You can find bulk coffee, tea, herbs (both culinary and medicinal), spices, salts, beans, lentils, grains, cereals, honey, nut butters, flours, dried fruit, nuts & seeds, trail mixes, snacks, and treats. These are often organic and fair trade! They also sell bulk cleaning supplies, as well as local produce year-round.
-Rebecca's Natural Foods: You can find good bulk basics here, like grains, beans, nuts, and snacks.

Harrisonburg

-Bring Your Own: This store sells good for a zero waste life. Find everything from reusable cotton bulk bags to cloth diapers to charcoal water filtering sticks to bamboo utensils, and so much more.
-Friendly City Food Co-op: Offers bulk flour, beans, grains, candy, trail mix, snacks, herbs, and spices.

Richmond

-Ellwood Thompson's: You can buy bulk grains, beans, lentils, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, trail mix, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, Dr. Bronner's liquid castile soap, jojoba oil, vegetable glycerin, body care products, and more.
-Good Foods Grocery: Stock up on beans, grains, snacks, baking supplies, nuts, pasta, honey, tea, coffee, herbs, spices, and more! You can find a full list of their bulk offerings online here.
-Growlers to Go: Fill up a growler! 
-Rostov's
: Sells bulk coffee and tea.
-Whole Foods: At the store on West Broad Street in Glen Allen, you can also find grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, flour, and a few other things; they'll also tare your container and allow you to use it at their buffet lines.

Roanoke

-Roanoke Natural Foods Co-op: Sells bulk baking supplies, grains, beans, nuts, snacks, dried fruits, coffee, tea, spices, herbs, local honey, cleaning supplies, and more.

Statewide

-MOM's Organic Market: Their locations are the perfect opportunity to stock up on things like bulk basics (grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more), as well as more unusual things like bulk tofu. You can find a full list of their Virginia locations here.

WASHINGTON, D.C.

-MOM's Organic Market: Purchase bulk basics (grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and more), as well as more unusual things like bulk tofu.

WEST VIRGINIA

Morgantown

-Mountain People's Co-op: Sells bulk beans, grains (including gluten-free varieties!), legumes, nuts, seeds, pasta, chocolate, granola, baking supplies, herbs, spices, and teas. You can find their full list of bulk products, here and here.