Eco-friendly cafes you should try in and around Vancouver

Jul 17 2020, 7:33 am

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There’s no doubt the world needs us to be greener, and an easy way to do that in Vancouver is to head to eco-friendly cafes when that craving for food and beverage comes calling.

Here are some zero-waste, eco-friendly cafes and food businesses that you should try in Vancouver.

Kind Cafe

 

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The Kind Cafe offers patrons a drool-worthy menu of grub that’s entirely vegan and 90% nut-free too. This spot is zero waste, which means it operates under a BYOC policy (bring-your-own-cup or container), a part of its mission to bring patrons a kinder cafe experience.

Address: 3080 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-423-4078

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The Soap Dispensary and Kitchen Staples

 

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The Soap Dispensary and Kitchen Staples is Vancouver’s first dedicated zero-waste refill grocery shop. This spot offers goods and ingredients including everything from dips and spread to dairy products.

Address: 3718 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-568-3141

Nada

 

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Vancouver’s first zero-waste grocery store, Nada, boasts one of the most eco-friendly cafes and food offerings in the city. Folks can also order online if they’d prefer that. Read about how to order waste-free groceries here.

Address: 675 East Broadway, Vancouver

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