-Sierra Vista: At the Sierra Vista Food Co-op, you'll find package-free whole and milled grains and flours, dried beans, rice, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, trail mix, granola, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, fair-trade coffee, and freshly ground nut butters.
-Tucson: Food Conspiracy Co-op features bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, granola, candy, snacks, herbs, spices, and more.
-Denver: Lucky you - you live close to one of the nation's best zero waste stores! The Zero Market sells bulk food, household cleaners, bulk oils and essential oils, hygiene products, on-tap kombucha, DIY ingredients, and zero waste home essentials such as reusable bulk bags. At Apothecary Tinctura, you can find bulk essential oils, tinctures, herbs, spices, teas, and other natural remedies. And here's what Julie, a Denver resident, says about where she shops: "My favorite place to fill my own containers is the bulk section of Whole Foods, but I’ve been told that Sprouts also has a good bulk section. I buy most of my produce at Natural Grocers, which carries only organic produce, and labels the place of origin, whether it be Colorado, the USA, or elsewhere. For loose tea I shop at Capital Tea. The difficulty here is not going zero waste but choosing from the 75+ varieties of tea they have available. To support a zero waste life, not to be missed is the EcoMountain Home Store."
-Durango: At Durango Natural Foods, you can buy bulk dry pantry goods (like grains, flours, granola, baking supplies, herbs, spices, tea, and more), as well as cleaning supplies for your home.
-Fort Collins: The Fort Collins Food Co-op encourages customers to bring their own containers to fill up on any of their bulk items: grains, rice, nuts, flour, granola, sugar, cookies, pasta, salt, dried fruit, and even tortilla chips!
-Longmont: At Simply Bulk Market, bring your own container to purchase any of their bulk items - of which they offer over 500! Choices abound here: dry goods, spices, pet supplies, household cleaners, laundry detergent, personal care products (shampoo, skin care, and liquid soap). Visit Yore to purchase compostable brushes, metal ice cube trays, stainless steel straws and food storage containers, cotton bulk bags, and many more beautiful, practical, sustainable things - plus, you can fill up on bulk soap and cleaning supplies made by Fillaree.
-Loveland: Stop by The Crunchy Grocer for bulk grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, granola, dried fruit, nuts, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, nut butters, and more.
-Boise: Stop by the Boise Co-op for bulk grains, beans, rice, flours, sweeteners, nuts, seeds, snacks, trail mix, granola, tea, herbs, spices, honey, cooking oil, and other liquids. This co-op has an incredible, nigh unbeatable selection, including eight different types of kombucha as well as wine on tap! Go forth and zero waste, Boise-ans.
-Coeur D'Alene: The closest bulk sections I've found to here are a hope over the state line in Spokane. Check out what you can find in bulk in Spokane, here!
-Moscow: At the Moscow Co-op, you'll be able to purchase bulk pantry staples such as grains, beans, legumes, nuts, snacks, dog and cat food, olive oil, vinegar, honey herbs, spices, and teas, as well as bulk soap and laundry detergent.
-Pocatello: The Pocatello Co-op sells package-free dry goods such as grains, beans, nuts, herbs, teas, bar soap, and more! They also sell locally-grown and locally produced foods, so be sure to check out their lovely fruits and vegetables.
-Lawrence: At The Merc Co-op, purchase grains, legumes, nuts, herbs, spices, coffee, tea, and more in your own containers.
-Topeka: At Topeka Natural Foods, you'll find bulk grains, beans, pasta, rice, legumes, baking products, granola, snacks, freshly ground nut butter, coffee, tea, herbs, and spices, as well as bulk hygiene products such as shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and soap.
-Billings: Good Earth Market encourages customers to bring jars in to use in their bulk aisle - hooray! Stock up on pantry goods like grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, snacks, sweets, pasta, herbs, spices, and teas.
-Bozeman: At the Community Food Co-op in Bozeman, you can find an incredible bulk foods selection, featuring dried goods (grains, beans, nuts, baking supplies, dried fruit snacks, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, and the like), as well as bulk liquids such as vinegar (apple cider, balsamic, and red wine), Bragg's amino acids, cooking oils (toasted sesame, canola, olive, and safflower), sweeteners (honey, agave, and maple syrup), maple syrup, tamari, soy sauce, and more. Plus, they also sell bulk household cleaners: all purpose cleaner, dish soap, laundry soap and detergent, and dishwasher detergent. You can find their full list of products here.
-Missoula: The Good Food Store's bulk department is huge: here you can find package-free coffee, nuts, baking supplies, beans, rice, spices, cooking oils, pasta, pet food, lotions and shampoo, and household cleaning supplies (for the full list, click here).
-Reno: At Reno's Great Basin Community Food Co-op, scoop up bulk dry goods and pantry staples like whole grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, tea, and more.
-Los Alamos: Shop the Los Alamos Cooperative Market for bulk grains, beans, legumes, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, nut butters, granola, trail mix, snacks, teas, spices, and herbs - they welcome containers brought from home.
-Silver City: At the Silver City Food Co-op, you can find bulk whole grains, beans, flours, nuts, granola, dried fruit, snacks, herbs, tea, and organic coffee.
-Moab: At the Moonflower Co-op, you can purchase bulk herbs, spices, and teas.
-Spanish Fork: At Good Earth Natural Foods in Spanish Fork, stock up on bulk staples like baking supplies, beans, grains, snacks, and more.
-Laramie: The Big Hollow Food Co-op offers bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, popcorn, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, and more.