How it works
Option 1: Shop the truckClick Where to Find Us above or follow us on Instagram to know where we will be popping up next. We are establishing set locations around the Bellingham area and will be popping up in neighborhoods and at events when possible. Bring your own clean and dry containers (any kind you like) or get one from us. We will tare (zero out the weight of) your container before filling and then fill with as much or as little as you like. In this way you are only paying for the product you purchase, not the packaging. We offer containers on deposit, containers for purchase, and a small selection of repurposed containers for free. Take home and enjoy! Shop Now
Option 2: Shop for local deliveryCheck out our website for a full list of current product. Choose what you like and the size you prefer. You will have the option to purchase a container or take a container on deposit. Deliveries will be made three-four days per week, different areas served on different days to minimize travel. On your delivery day, products will be delivered to your porch and ready to go! Once you are ready to reorder, if you have a jar on deposit, simply choose “refill” for your next purchase and leave your empty, clean and dry deposit container on the porch. A new, full container will be left in its place. Enjoy! Shop Now
Option 3: Book the TruckBring the truck right to your doorstep. We will come on your schedule and stay for 30 minutes or an hour. You can bring your own personal containers out to the truck to be filled with as much or little as you like. Think of it as your own personal zero-waste shopping experience!
We are very careful in choosing the companies we work with. We want to support closed-loop (product packaging is sent back to manufacturer to be sanitized and reused, eliminating waste), local companies whenever possible. We want to help you choose companies that share your values as well. These icons will help you navigate our products so you can choose accordingly.
Hi! I'm Leah Foster
After working in the airline industry for years, I became acutely aware of how comfortable and overly dependent we have become on disposables: single use plastic cups, tiny hotel shampoos, water bottles…the list goes on.