Zero Waste Friendly Resources

In the greater Los Angeles area


Bulk + grocery shopping 

Co+opportunity Market and Deli - Santa Monica and Culver City
Fill your own bags and jars with their bulk offerings, from teas and spices to dry goods and even maple syrup and peanut butter. Be sure to bring your containers to the register first if their tare weights aren't labeled. 

Belcampo Meat Co - Santa Monica, Grand Central Market DTLA
Grass fed, grass finished, pasture raised whole animal butchery. They have no issue putting your purchase in your own container.

Cookbook Market - Echo Park and Highland Park
Fresh fruits and veggies sourced from local farmers. Olive oil and cornichons available in bulk. 

Bath and Body

The Refill Shoppe - Ventura

Bring Your Own Long Beach - Long Beach (pop ups and at Algalita)
Check their instagram for specific items, including shampoo, jojoba oil, bentonite clay, and castile soap.

Sustain LA - Los Angeles (pop ups)
Selection includes all purpose cleaner, deodorant, jojoba oil, laundry detergent, and toothbrushes.

Zero waste friendly restaurants

Honey Hi - Echo Park
Delicious organic and locally sourced ingredients served on real dishes with metal utensil. Bring your own cup to fill up with one of their smoothies.

Todo Verde - Smorgasburg, Downtown LA
Bring your own cup for a smoothie or agua fresca and get 25 cents off!

Thai Food - Glendale
Meals eaten there are placed on real dishes with metal forks or disposable chopsticks. There's limited seating inside, but they are more than happy to fill your own container for food to go.

Kombucha on Tap

Co+opportunity Market and Deli, Culver City - Healthade

Glowing Juices, Echo Park - Whale Bird Kombucha

Whole Foods, Pasadena (Hastings Ranch) - GTs original

La Tropicana Market, Highland Park - GTs (multiple flavors)