Eating a healthy, sustainable diet has been a priority for Torontonians for the past few years. As we sit in a new lockdown it’s important to prioritize our well being and the best place to start is with our diet! We’ve rounded up some sustainable food shops in Toronto that you have to check out.
5 Sustainable Food Shops in Toronto
This Dundas West zero waste grocery store and supermarket is extremely popular. Offering package-free produce, kitchen and may household items, customers can deposit and return items like salad dressings and salsa, and personal beauty and hygiene items. They aim to connect Torontonians with the sourcing and the making of local food.
Urban Bulk & Refill
This Leslieville gem stocks a wide variety of grocery and pantry items. Here you find items like soaps, household cleaners, and personal care products all in bulk. The Urban Bulk and Refill is a low-impact supporter in Toronto. It has a successful BYOC system offering package-free or minimally packaged products to achieve sustainability.
Bare market has so many options of dried and fresh groceries, personal care items and spices. Your shopping experience is made easy with their simple ingredients in products. With options of made from food with both fresh local and organic produce.
The Green Jar
Here at the Green Jar you can refill pantry products, personal hygiene products, and kitchen tools. They also have many plastic alternatives such as stainless steel straws and bamboo utensils and bottle deposit and return station. The perfect place for eco-friendly shopping!
Eco & Amour
At Eco & Amour products are refilled in reusable containers. This Scarborough-based company’s main focus is to minimize packaging and sustainable shopping, exclusively offering products that are made in Canada. Living by the motto “refill today for a cleaner tomorrow!”