3 local zero waste grocery delivery companies

3 local zero waste grocery delivery companies

Accessibility is a major issue in the Zero Waste world. The truth is that few of us have access to low-waste groceries and home products at the best of times, let alone during COVID. Even for those of us who do have stores nearby, there are other serious challenges, such as transportation. That’s why it’s fantastic to see low-waste grocery delivery services popping up. It’s an idea whose time has come, and thank goodness! Recently, I learned about three (yes, three!) small businesses doing just that in Vancouver and its surrounding areas. I can’t tell you how happy this makes me. Not only are all of these businesses women-owned, but they’re also all moms. So of course I wanted to profile all three of them for a blog post.

Without further ado, I’m pleased to introduce Fulfill Shoppe (owned by Lori Crump and Pam McEwin), Jarr (owned by Emily Sproule) and Livlite (owned by Grace Kennedy). Here are their stories and their businesses.

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Interview with Lindsay Miles, author of The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen

Interview with Lindsay Miles, author of The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen

I’m delighted to be featuring Lindsay Miles of Treading My Own Path. You may know her from her blog or Instagram profile, or from her first book, Less Stuff: Simple zero-waste steps to a joyful and clutter-free life. Now Lindsay has a new book: The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen, and I’m sure you’re going to love it as much as I did!

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Food in the time of COVID-19

Food in the time of COVID-19

This post has been a long time in the making. I’ve been gathering sources but I struggled to put it all together. It’s because, like so many issues, it’s messy: the issues are complex. I’m not an expert. There are so many things I am still learning. However, I do hope that this may be informative! 

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