-Willimantic Food Co-op: A large selection of bulk goods, including a great liquid bulk section that offers olive and canola oil, sweeteners such as honey and agave, and bulk liquid soap for dishes and bodies.
-The Bantam Market: A limited bulk foods section offering grains, beans, nuts, seeds, granola, and a few snacks.
-Fiddleheads Food Co-op: A fantastic bulk foods department, featuring a wide variety of options including beans, peas, lentils, grains, flours, baking supplies, sweeteners, granola, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, snacks, sweets, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, and bulk liquids including balsamic vinegar, apple cider vinegar, red wine vinegar, olive oil, canola oil, soy sauce, tamari, safflower oil, and toasted sesame oil.
-Belfast Co-op: Has a great selection, selling coffee and tea, herbs and spices, nut butters, pasta, snacks, grains - even package-free tahini, which is tasty when stirred into homemade hummus.
-Blue Hill Co-op: Has a large bulk department, where you can stock up on pantry staples such as grains, flour and other baking supplies, beans and legumes, snacks, nuts, herbs, spices, tea, and more.
-Rising Tide Community Market: Sells bulk goods that you can bring home in your own containers. Shop for dry pantry goods (grains, beans and legumes, flours, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, snacks, granola, herbs, spices, tea, and more), as well as liquids like apple cider vinegar and maple syrup. Some of their products are locally made, too!
-Market Street Co-op: Browse their extensive selection of package-free teas and herbs.
-Gardiner Food Co-op: Bulk pantry staples including herbs, spices, tea, and coffee. (And pick up some locally grown organic produce while you're at it!).
-Portland Food Co-op: Find dry goods - think grains, beans, lentils, legumes, snacks, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, tea, spices, and herbs galore, as well as more unusual bulk finds like local maple syrup and honey, cooking oils, local vinegar, bulk local tofu, bulk baker's yeast, and kombucha. Besides food, they have bulk bath salts, dish soap, laundry detergent (liquid and local powdered ones), bulk jojoba oil, beeswax beads, shampoo, conditioner, castile soap and more. Best of all: they encourage using you own jar, and have a free collection of cloth bags (to bring back later) and used boxes in case you forget to bring your own bag.
-Good Tern Natural Food Co-Op: A well-stocked store that sells dry and wet goods (such as spices, snacks, dry cooking basics, nut butters oils, vinegars, and sweeteners), as well as more rare bulk finds, such as package-free seaweed and pet food!
-Fresh Off the Farm: You'll find bulk grains, beans, nuts, snacks (popcorn and chocolate options abound), herbs, spices, and tons of great locally grown produce.
-Bfresh: Their Somerville location has a a bulk section with grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, baking supplies, chocolates, snacks, candies, and kombucha on tap. Have a cashier tare your jars before you fill up.
-Cambridge Naturals: Bulk teas, herbs, and spices. They also offer locally milled package-free bar soap.
-Follow the Honey: At this spot in Harvard Square, you can find several kinds of bulk honey; plus, they offer a discount if you bring your own jar to fill.
-Fresh Pond Market: This store will let you bring your own jar for their freshly ground peanut butter and almond butter.
-Harvest Co-op: This spot in Cambridge and Jamaica plain offers bulk spices and locally grown foods. The store in Central Square also has bulk Castile soap and bulk French clay, plus a few other bulk personal care products.
-Pemberton Market: They carry refillable olive oil and vinegar; you'll need to buy one of their bottles the first time, but after that it can be refilled.
-Salt and Olive: This spot in Harvard Square has bulk teas and spices. You cannot bring your own containers, but they have glass jars and metal tin options. Once you buy a bottle of olive oil or vinegar, you can keep bringing that bottle back to be refilled over and over.
-The Spirited Gourmet: This Belmont store carries refillable olive oil and vinegar; you'll need to buy one of their bottles the first time, but after that it can be refilled.
-You can find milk in returnable glass bottles at Shaw's in Porter Square or in Whole Foods stores throughout the city. Whole Foods throughout the city also offer bulk aisles, but not all will let you bring your own container; be sure to ask first!
-Debra's Natural Gourmet: Find dry pantry staples like grains, flour and baking supplies, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, and more.
-Berkshire Co-op: Locally grown produce and goods for a more sustainable home.
-Farm & Home: Refill your bottles with liquid household cleaners made by Common Good & Co.
-Guido's Fresh Marketplace: Fill your own bulk bags with a range of dry pantry staples (grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, and more), plus peanut butter and cooking oils.
-Franklin Community Co-op: You'll find a great bulk section that sells grains (including local wheat!), beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, sweets, herbs and spices, fair trade coffee, tea, maple syrup, olive oil, nut butters, and even shampoo and household cleaners.
-River Valley Coop: This spot offers bulk grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, and more.
-Franklin Community Co-op: At FCC's Shelburne Falls outpost, stock up on grains (including local wheat!), beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, sweets, herbs and spices, fair trade coffee, tea, maple syrup, olive oil, and nut butters, as well as shampoo and household cleaners.
Hanover/Upper Valley area
-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.
-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.
-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.
-The Green Grocer: Bulk grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, snacks, trail mix, granola, candy, and more.
-Hope & Thyme: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans, nuts, snacks, cooking oils, and more.
-Olive Del Mondo: You can purchase bulk olive oil, walnut oil, sesame oil, and almond oil in addition to many different types of vinegars.
-Brattleboro Food Co-op: Features a great selection, including grains, beans, nuts, seeds, flour, sweeteners, snacks, nut butter, tea, coffee, spices, herbs, maple syrup, and cooking oils. You can check out the full list of products here. You can also purchase refillable, nontoxic soaps and household cleaners there.
-City Market/Onion River Co-op: A great bulk foods department that offers spices, oils, cereals, rice, pasta, flour, beans, grains, nuts, dried fruit, maple syrup, candy, teas, medicinal herbs, and coffee.
-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, as well as kombucha on tap.
-Natural Provisions: Stock up on bulk dry goods like grains, beans, baking supplies, nuts, snacks, and a big selection of herbs, spices, and teas. You can also purchase premade foods in your own containers, like samosas and egg rolls.
-Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op: They offer a wide range of bulk grains, flours, and baking supplies, beans and legumes, nuts, seeds, granola, cooking oils, herbs, spices, tea, and coffee. They also offer locally produced honey and maple syrup. They also carry body care and wellness items in bulk, such as soap, shampoo, conditioner, beeswax, clay, and bath salts.
-Hunger Mountain Co-op: You'll find a good selection of bulk dry goods, such as grains & beans, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, and more.
-Rutland Area Food Co-op: Sells a selection of bulk dried goods, such as beans, legumes, lentils, grains, rice, flour, sweeteners, snacks, herbs, spices, and teas.
-Springfield Food Co-op: Find pantry staples like grains, beans, granola, dried fruit, nuts, candy, snacks, coffee, tea, herbs, and spices.
-St. J Co-op: You're able to purchase grains, rice, flour, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, cooking oils, and soap in bulk. Most excitingly, fill up your own containers with local honey, maple syrup, granola, flour, and cornmeal!