Residents of the Front Range are lucky to live amongst a variety of small businesses aimed at creating a less wasteful lifestyle. Below are just a few local organizations equipped with a vision of a better planet.
Homefill Co // RiNo
Nestled into Modern Nomad, a staple of the RiNo neighborhood in Denver, Homefill is a bulk retail store specializing in at-home care and cleaning products that support zero-waste living. BYO container, or select from a variety of reusable vessels.
Zero Market // Edgewater
As its name implies, Zero Market promotes living a zero-waste lifestyle by offering over 1,200 products that are completely waste or package-free.
From your bathroom to your kitchen, the conscious Merchant makes being more eco-conscious lifestyle easy, attainable and fun.
Rebecca’s Apothecary // Boulder
Offering everything from bulk tea blends to dried botanicals, Rebecca’s Apothecary has made it possible to take a DIY approach to holistic health. Most products are packaged in recyclable or reusable containers with the option to BYO vessel.
Nude Foods Market // Boulder
Shopping both local and package-free can be a tricky endeavor, but Nude Foods Market has combined these eco-friendly features and provides the additional bonus of delivery by either bike or electric car.
CSA // Everywhere
Participating in a CSA (community supported agriculture) crop share directly benefits local farmers and allows participants to develop a deeper relationship with their food — resulting in less food waste and a more profound impact on the community.