The Wall Street Journal gives a shout out to Vancouver’s zero-waste grocery store

Mar 12 2019, 9:37 pm

Vancouver’s first-ever zero-waste grocery store was making headlines back when it first opened in June 2018, and now Nada is in the spotlight once again.

The Mount Pleasant destination for package-free groceries and cafe goodies was recently featured in an article published in The Wall Street Journal.

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Written by Jane Black, the article titled Can Zero-Waste Grocery Stores Make a Difference? kicks off with Nada’s owner and Marine Biologist Brianne Miller, and how she opened her store that now offers Vancouverites 750+ package-free products.

Black gives Nada some serious props, writing that the Vancouver store is “starting a conversation and a trend” when it comes to reducing trash.


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Black mentions Nada alongside New York’s Precycle, Colorado’s ZERO market, and Brooklyn’s zero-waste grocery delivery service The Wally Shop in the piece about how every little thought to recycle can make a big difference.

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