If you’re looking to eliminate unnecessary waste in your home, you may have considered researching or shopping at stores offering little to zero-waste grocery in Nevada.
No one is perfect, but I always think it is a great idea to swap out different products in your life that can be purchased more sustainably. If you start to swap out 1-2 products each month that offer more sustainable alternatives and less waste, I am all for it.
While this is an ever-growing market, there are some awesome local stores that offer zero-waste grocery options where we live.
Zero-Waste Grocery in Nevada
We will definitely give it to our Northern cities (Reno, Sparks, etc) for offering a few more options than our Southern cities (Henderson, Las Vegas, etc.), so let’s take a look!
Bring your reusable bags and grab some bulk dry goods and pantry staples like whole grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, tea, and more. They proudly support local farmers, ranchers, and the community which we love!
The Waste Less Shop offers non-toxic, high quality, plastic-free goods and gifts made primarily by small, local, women-owned businesses. Customers can custom scent bulk refillable household cleaning products and self care products with essential oils at our BulkBar. Ingredient list available by request as well.
Their product offerings also include items for babies + kids, vintage clothing, travel essentials, ceramic ware, handmade jewelry, houseplants, and more.
Location: 1028 Fremont Street Suite 108 Las Vegas, NV 89101
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday from 11am-5pm
Shopping Offered: In-Person AND Online
Currently Minimal Market is the only zero-waste grocery in Nevada that services the Southern Nevada region. Their goal is to bring minimal waste essentials to our desert community to promote slow living, conscious consumerism, and environmental consideration through small business patronage.
Some of the items you can find in their store include, but are not limited to, bamboo toothbrushes, toothpowder, deodorant, shampoo bars, stainless steel straws, laundry detergent, wool dryer balls, bulk reusable bags, and more.
They also offer a jar return program for those participating in their local delivery service.
Other Stores Locally
While they are not necessarily locally owned, you can still progress towards lower waste living by utilizing the bulk grocery options offered at grocery stores like Whole Foods and Sprouts. Bring your own bags and jars and refill on bulk dry goods.
Easy Products to Swap Out
I am pretty picky when it comes to shopping more sustainably because I want the quality and effectiveness of the product to still be great!
A few items I added into my daily life that are more sustainable swaps include:
Wool Dryer Balls (last longer and more efficient)
Glass Straws (I prefer them over stainless steel)
Reusable Shopping Bags
Have You Considered Living a More Zero-Waste Lifestyle?
We’d love to hear about your favorite spots that are low or zero-waste grocery in Nevada that are more sustainable, offer options for thrifting, or are refilleries we haven’t heard about.
Tell us in the comments below and we will see you out there, Nevada Moms!
Leanna Carson is an expecting mama via IVF and a serial entrepreneur.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, she loves sharing all things family-friendly as well as local spots most don’t even know about! She co-founded Nevada Moms in 2018 and it has become the #1 Family Guide to Nevada experiences, activities, happenings, and more.
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