A Paris Guide to: Zero Waste Living – SANNA Conscious Concept

Do you want to do something for the environment and reduce waste? Change to a zero waste lifestyle! Though sometimes, it is difficult to find bulk products other than foods such as grains, rice or lentils. To help make this transition easier, we have selected the best 100% bulk stores in Paris. 

 

2nd Arrondissement

 

The Naked Shop

6 rue de Cléry, 75002 Paris

https://thenakedshop.fr/

The Naked Shop is the first store that specializes in liquid bulk! Everyone knows about bulk— you can easily buy food, whether it’s grains or fruits. However, when it comes to liquids (laundry, dishwashing products, cleaning products…) the task is more difficult. Sometimes we try to design our own products and this is often laborious. The Naked Shop will make your life easier because it combines efficiency and eco-responsibility. It offers liquid products without packaging or needing a deposit system. With their vending machine it has never been so easy to shop in bulk!

 

3rd Arrondissement

 

Negozio Leggero

37 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth, 75003 Paris

https://www.negozioleggero.it/paris/

Negozio Leggero is a store straight from Italy. Already well established in Italy, this brand arrives in Paris in the heart of the 3rd district. All the products are selected and produced in their research institute. You can find all the products you need: food, cleaning, and care products in a clear and airy space. 

 

4th Arrondissement

 

Du Vert en Bocal

11 rue Saint-Paul, 75004 Paris

https://duvertenbocal.fr/

Du Vert en Bocal is an organic and bulk grocery store that offers organic, local and unpackaged products. You will find all the products you need: fruits, vegetables, pasta, legumes. But also, cider, wine and beer all in bulk. There are also products available for cutting such as tofu, seitan or tempeh.

 

9th Arrondissement

 

Au Lac de Van – Heratchian Frères

6 rue Lamartine, 75009 Paris

At 6 rue Lamartine, you will find everything you need to travel without leaving Paris…from local staples to exotic products! Couscous. Veggies. Dried fruits…the list goes on. You will also find feta and halloumi by the slice, and many other wonders.

 

 

10th Arrondissement

 

La Station

69 rue de Maubeuge, 75010 Paris

https://www.epicerielastation.fr/

This new bulk & zero waste grocery store located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris will allow you to do your shopping without packaging. You will find everyday products ranging from general foodstuffs (pasta, rice, quinoa, lentils, cookies, coffee, tea…) to hygiene and home care products (shower gel, shampoo, detergents, cleaning products…). A selection of artisanal beers brewed in Paris and natural wines as well as ciders are also on sale in order to offer a wide choice of products. The little extra: all the products come exclusively from France.

 

11th Arrondissement

 

Welcome Bazar Bio

13 rue Boulle, 75011 Paris

https://welcomebio.fr/

At Welcome Bazar Bio, there are all the useful products of everyday life, from the accessories for the kitchen and housekeeping, to the stationery and children’s department. But what we love about Welcome Bazar Bio is its plant corner! Here, it’s the paradise of lover plants. We find some for all tastes, but also all the products necessary to maintain them. Our favorite: the potting soil that you can buy in bulk. The sale is assisted, that is to say that you will not be able to help yourself, but plenty of help is available for you to find the right products and the good quantity.

 

The Naked Shop

75 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris

https://thenakedshop.fr/

The Naked Shop is the first store that specializes in liquid bulk! Everyone knows about bulk— you can easily buy food, whether it’s grains or fruits. However, when it comes to liquids (laundry, dishwashing products, cleaning products…) the task is more difficult. Sometimes we try to design our own products and this is often laborious. The Naked Shop will make your life easier because it combines efficiency and eco-responsibility. It offers liquid products without packaging or needing a deposit system. With their vending machine it has never been so easy to shop in bulk!

 

Toutofu

11 rue Moret, 75011 Paris

https://www.toutofu.com/Toutofu what its name implies: a grocery store of organictofu. Rich in protein, here we are sure that tofu is the best way to replace meat. Made with care in their workshop, you can buy your tofu cut or in the form of noodles. It is also part restaurant, so you can eat on the spot.

 

14th Arrondissement

 

Kazeko

81 rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris

https://www.kazekobyanais.com/

Kazeko is a zero waste store whose mission is to facilitate the transition to zero waste. It offers sustainable and eco-responsible alternatives to single-use products such as: stainless steel straws, bulk bags, water bottles, stainless steel capsules for Nespresso… It is the perfect ally to start the zero waste. The store is pleasant and bright.  

 

Les Frères Blavette

69 rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris

https://freresblavette.fr/

This bakery is not like the others. Indeed, it offers bread, pastries and other products that you can find in a bakery, but it is also committed to zero waste. For that, it has set up a policy which aims at reducing the packaging to the maximum. A loyalty card like no other has been put in place—the customers can come with their own container, and on their 7th visit, you can get a free pastry! What a great way to motivate you to reduce your waste!

 

18th Arrondissement

 

En Vrac

2 rue de l’Olive, 75018 Paris

https://www.vinenvrac.fr/

En Vrac is a bulk wine store. Buying wine in bulk has many ecological advantages! En Vrac has woken up a sleeping practice: wine served at a fountain. Here, you fill your bottle from one of the elegant stainless steel vats placed on oak trunks. The wines, organic or natural, are carefully selected. En Vrac travels all over France in search of the best natural wines, vinified as close to nature as possible, without chemicals. The range evolves according to the seasons and to the taste.

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