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.
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.