Sierra Vista

-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.


-Food Conspiracy Co-op: Features bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, granola, candy, snacks, herbs, spices, and more.


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-Cedar & Hyde: You can refill bottles with nontoxic cleaning supplies made by Common Good.
-Rebecca's Apothecary: Many of their herbs are sold in glass jars, and they have a wall of bulk essential oils, herbs, and teas.
-Refill Revolution: At this zero waste store, you can purchase a variety of zero waste home essentials (cloth produce bags, reusable coffee mugs, compostable wooden dish brushes), as well as bulk cleaning, hygiene, and DIY ingredients.


-Apothecary Tinctura: You can find bulk essential oils, tinctures, herbs, spices, teas, and other natural remedies.
-Capital Tea: Bulk, loose-leaf tea available for purchase in your own containers.
-The Zero Market: Sells bulk DIY supplies, beauty supplies, household cleaners, bulk oils and essential oils, hygiene products (face wash, shampoo and conditioner, hand soap, mouthwash, face and body oil, massage oil, coconut oil, bug spray, and much more), on-tap kombucha, DIY ingredients, bulk herbs, spices, and teas, and zero waste home essentials such as reusable bulk bags. 
-For a standard bulk goods section, try Whole Foods and Sprouts.


-Beer growler fills: You can fill up a growler at a local brewery like Animas Brewing Company, BREW, Carver's, Durango Brewing Company, or Steamworks. BREW even has a mason jar refill program!
-Cream Bean Berry: Offers ice cream in refillable, returnable growlers. (Amazing!).
-Durango Natural Foods: Bulk dry pantry goods (like grains, flours, granola, baking supplies, herbs, spices, tea, and more), Strauss dairy products in returnable glass, and cleaning supplies for your home.
-Nature's Oasis: Allows customers to use their own containers to purchase bulk items like flour, beans, nuts, granola, snack foods, and more. They also have cleaning and personal care products in bulk. At their deli, you can also use your own containers to purchase prepared foods, meats, and cheeses. Located inside Nature's Oasis is Sunnyside Farms Market, and they are generally supportive of customers purchasing meats and seafood in their own containers. 

Fort Collins

-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!


-Natural Grocers: Features bulk dry goods like grains, beans, and snacks, as well as bulk homemade nut butter, among other offerings. See their full list of products here.


-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).
-Yore: Stop here for 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.


-The Crunchy Grocer: Bulk grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, granola, dried fruit, nuts, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, nut butters, and more.



-Boise Co-op: 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 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 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.


-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.



-The Merc Co-op: Purchase grains, legumes, nuts, herbs, spices, coffee, tea, and more in your own containers.


-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.



-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.
-Lucky's Market: Have them tare your empty container at the register or customer service, then head to the bulk section to grab grains, beans, legumes, soup mixes, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, trail mix, dried fruit, snacks, and more.


-Community Food Co-op: 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.


-The Good Food Store: A huge bulk department, where 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).



-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.



-La Montanita Co-op: Their bulk section has beans, grains, flours, nuts and seeds, granola, snacks, nutritional yeast, herbs and spices, teas and coffee, oils, soaps, vinegar, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion

Los Alamos

-Los Alamos Cooperative Market: Shop 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

-Silver City Food Co-op: You can find bulk whole grains, beans, flours, nuts, granola, dried fruit, snacks, herbs, tea, and organic coffee.


-Cid's Food Market: Weigh your containers at the register when you arrive, then fill up on bulk dry pantry staples (grains, beans, nuts, seeds, chia seeds, granola, and more), plus bulk liquids like honey, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, lotions, and soaps.


Oklahoma City

-Plenty Mercantile: You can purchase refillable, nontoxic household cleaners made by Common Good and Co.
-Sprouts and Whole Foods: At these locations throughout the city, you can find bulk dry goods like grains, beans, nuts, seeds, baking supplies, snacks, herbs, teas, and more. Some may not be amenable to you bringing your own containers, but you can ask at your store to find out.


-Cherry Street Farmers' Market: Local honey, flowers, meats, veggies, spices, rubs, and plants are all available package-free. Similar offerings are also available at the Broken Arrow Farmers' Market.
-Harvard Meats: This local butcher offers fresh meats including bison, beef, poultry, and other specialty meats in recyclable packaging.
-Reasor's Foods: At this locally owned store, you can find bulk grains, seeds, nuts, granola, sugar, flour and more. They have a wide range of organic and local produce, too, and many locations throughout the state.
-Sprouts: Find bulk pantry staples like grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, and more.
-Whole Foods: Sells grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, nuts, seeds, candy, dried fruit, granola, and snacks in their bulk bins. Some Whole Foods stores may not be amenable to you bringing your own containers, but you can ask at your store to find out.



-Moonflower Co-op: You can purchase bulk herbs, spices, and teas.


-Good Earth Natural Foods: Stock up on bulk staples like baking supplies, beans, grains, snacks, and more.

Salt Lake City

-Sprouts Farmers Market: Standard bulk options like bulk dry goods, plus some spices as well as bulk coffee.
-Harmon's: At their downtown store, you can find bulk dry goods (grains, beans, nuts, snacks), as well as bulk honey and olive oil.
-Winco: Find bulk grains, pastas, rice, oats, cereal, flours, candies, peanut butter, coffees, even bird food and pet treats.

Spanish Fork

-Good Earth Natural Foods: Stock up on bulk staples like baking supplies, beans, grains, snacks, and more.



-The Big Hollow Food Co-op: Offers bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, popcorn, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, and more.