ZERO market, opening in Denver in early 2015, will offer customers non-toxic, preservative-free groceries, organic and locally grown produce, “cruelty-free” body care and eco-household products all in bulk and without single-use packaging. All products at ZERO market are healthy alternatives to the products available at conventional grocery chains and are specifically sold to be a “zero-waste” product.
More than 175 million tons of garbage reaches landfills every year in the U.S. contributing to toxic wastelands and rising levels of greenhouse gases among other issues. ZERO market is a place where you can leave knowing that everything purchased will never go to the landfill. It is also a place to go to learn more about this lifestyle, discover how to become a more sustainable individual and learn how to make the shift into a greener life.
The mission: to create a more convenient way of living zero-waste and helping the community prevent and divert as much trash from the landfills as possible, stopping the trash at the source.