ZERO WASTE GROCERY GUIDE: OKLAHOMA
-Plenty Mercantile: You can purchase refillable, nontoxic household cleaners made by Common Good and Co.
-Sprouts: 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.
-Winco: Per a reader submission, here you can stock up on bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, and other dry goods. Ask staff first if you’re able to bring your own container to fill.
-Simplicity and Co: Bulk loose-leaf teas.
-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, protein powder, and more.
-Oklahoma Food Cooperative: Offeres online ordering of local products to pick up at various locations; many of these are sold in bulk directly from producer.
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