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ZERO market champions a waste-free grocery experience

ZERO market champions a waste-free grocery experience

Local, community based store focuses on a zero waste approach to shopping and offers unique products to change the way people shop and live. Refusing to sell plastic and other single-use containers, ZERO market seeks to open the eyes of consumers and the waste that is created from daily purchases.

ZERO market, opening in late 2014 - early 2015 in Denver, 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. The creation of the market is in response to the growing demand for more convenience when it comes living and maintaining a sustainable lifestyle. 

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. Stop the trash at the source.

ZERO market will also be giving back to the community by participating in community projects and hosting fundraisers for local community services. It offers workshops for healthier and more environmentally friendly lifestyles while keeping a sliding scale to make it affordable for all income families.

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 the customer 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. 

ZERO market plans to lead the paradigm shift, making zero-waste living easier, cheaper and more accessible to everyone. 

The project's Indiegogo campaign launched July 30th and will close on September 28, 2014. 

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