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Hello!Bulk in the News

Zero waste grocery stores are popping up all over the US, this fun little video from The Story of Stuff highlights a few.

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A Salt Lake City woman hopes to change people’s grocery shopping habits in her new store.

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The store has nearly 300 products — all sold by weight — ranging from nuts and dry beans to soaps and laundry detergent. Many items are organic or from local producers who use sustainable ingredients and methods when making their goods.

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Jamaica Trinnaman, founder of Hello Bulk Markets, stopped by to show us how to save money by turning raw nuts into Almond or Cashew Milk in just a few steps

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"New year, new ways to save the planet. At least that’s what the latest eco-lifestyle trend, zero waste stores, has us feeling."

Come see us on A Few of Martha Stewart's Favorite Zero Waste Grocery Stores!

https://www.marthastewart.com/1535413/zero-waste-grocery-stores-package-free

The Bottom Line – This week’s program featured a local spotlight interview with Jamaica Trinnaman, founder and CEO of Hello! Bulk Markets.

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To close out the month of going #plasticfree, we talked with the founder of Salt Lake City's first bulk shopping market: HelloBulk Markets!

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Since July is "Plastic Free July," they're challenging viewers to join the challenge and 'Choose to Refuse' single-use plastic throughout the month.

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Local Solutions for Plastic Free July

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