Nada grocery store in Vancouver, British Columbia, sells hundreds of food products without single-use packaging. According to a Huffington Post report, the store’s owner is part of a wave of environmentally conscious entrepreneurs who are opening no-waste food markets across Canada.
According to the report, the shop encourages customers to bring clean, reusable containers from home to box the food. Shoppers who arrive unprepared can rummage through bins of free miscellaneous containers or purchase reusable packaging.
Huffington Post has more details:
Customers at a boutique Vancouver grocery store won't find racks of individually packaged goods or rolls of plastic bags in which to lug their food home.
The missing plastic and packaging isn't an oversight. A carefully constructed supply chain allows Nada to sell hundreds of food products without single-use packaging and add little waste to landfills.
The store's owner is part of a wave of environmentally conscious entrepreneurs who are opening no-waste markets across Canada in an effort to help Canadians and the grocery industry reduce waste amid a global garbage glut.