Build Your Cart
Once you've confirmed your delivery date you can start building your cart! Many of our grocery items are packed in reusable and returnable glass jars. For bulk items a refundable jar deposit is included in the cost your item.
Place Your Order
The online order cutoff is 10 PM two days before your scheduled delivery date. So if we deliver to your neighbourhood on a Tuesday, place your order by 10 PM on Sunday. There's no subscription or commitment, so order as often as you like!
Your Order is Packed & Delivered
Once your order is placed, we coordinate with your favourite local shops and producers. Your order is delivered to your door on your selected date between 1 and 8 PM. You'll receive an afternoon email with a more specific window and a text once your order has arrived at your door.
Enjoy and Repeat!
Your order arrives in reusable & returnable totes with ice packs that will keep cool for hours. On your delivery date, place any jars that include a deposit as well as ice packs and silver freezer packs inside your tote and leave them on your porch or building lobby. For more information on our jar deposit system, visit our FAQ.
Zero Waste Groceries From Your Favourite Local Vendors
We have selected the very best in waste free groceries that our cities have to offer. Locally produced whenever possible and sustainably sourced, we avoid any brands with large parent companies who make the biggest contribution to our world's plastic problem. Our vendors either already had fantastic zero waste options or were more than willing to work with us to make their products waste free.
The majority of our products are either sent out in reusable and returnable jars, packed in compostable wax free butcher wrap or in recycled paper bags. A small number of items unavailable in bulk are delivered in recyclable containers and nothing needs to end up in the trash.
What does zero waste mean?
Zero waste and the zero waste movement are about changing the way we consume and dispose.
Zero waste means avoiding single use plastics and packaging.
It means not only avoiding the trash can, but avoiding recycling wherever possible, through a more sustainable system of reuse.
It also means minimizing the other ways we waste by eliminating food waste, avoiding fast fashion, and being conscious of where our goods come from.
It means a lot of things to a lot of people, but at its core, the concept of zero waste works to change an outdated system that is leading to a world of plastics in our oceans, and overflowing landfills.