Zero Waste Stores and Bulk Shopping with Stephanie Lentz, Scoop Marketplace

Stephanie Lentz, CEO of Scoop Marketplace, joins me to talk about zero waste stores, zero waste grocery, and bulk shopping in episode 44, For Animals For Earth podcast.

Stephanie joins me from Renton, Washington to talk about zero waste stores and bulk shopping.  Stephanie is the CEO of Scoop Marketplace, and now Scoop Intelligence.

Scoop Marketplace is a zero waste grocery store where people bring their own reusable containers to purchase package free food, home goods and personal care items.

Scoop Intelligence is an education platform for eco entrepreneurs who want to open their own zero waste stores, or would just like help along their eco journey.

4 Simple Ideas To Make a Difference:

1. CELEBRATE THE WINS.  Rather than focusing on what still needs to change, focus on what has been done.  Acknowledge our progress.

2. TRUST OURSELVES.  Our inner voice is true and knows the answer.  We should listen and follow it and not worry over small sustainability decisions.

3. TRY A BULK STORE.  Look for zero waste stores near us.  Zero Waste Home is a great app for looking them up by zip code.

4. OPEN OUR OWN BULK STORE.  If we don’t already have zero waste stores near us, consider opening our own.  Stephanie’s Scoop Intelligence course will help us step by step.

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Scoop Marketplace:

Scoop Marketplace carries pantry staples such as rice, oats, flour, and beans.  They also carry tons of hard to find ingredients and zero waste products like a dish soap bar, tooth tabs, and menstrual products.

Stephanie points out how much money we can actually save by purchasing zero waste items in bulk.  They may seem expensive when we see the price tag, but they last longer.

Scoop Intelligence:

Stephanie offers courses for people who are taking their sustainability journey to the next level through Scoop Intelligence:

About Stephanie & Get in Touch:

Stephanie Lentz, CEO of Scoop Marketplace, joins me to talk about zero waste stores, zero waste grocery, and bulk shopping in episode 44, For Animals For Earth podcast.

After becoming a mom, Stephanie took a particular interest in how her family’s daily habits were impacting the planet, and after a bit of research, she realized it was time to make some drastic lifestyle changes.  Stephanie created Scoop Marketplace out of a need for a grocery store that aligned with her family values.  She is thankful to have an opportunity to bring her passion and skill together by teaching people how to live more sustainably and take intentional action to build the world they want to live in.

ABOUT SCOOP MARKETPLACE:

Scoop Marketplace is a zero waste grocery store where reusable containers are filled with our variety of package-free food, home goods, and personal care products.

Our mission is to normalize zero waste shopping by teaching people how to improve the quality of their lives as they learn to walk more gently on the planet. We value education and provide e-learning opportunities that teach EcoCitizens how to live more sustainably, and teach Ecopreneurs how to open zero waste stores in their communities. By sharing our knowledge and experience, we are giving momentum to the sustainability movement and having a significant impact.

Support Stephanie & Scoop Marketplace:

The best way to reach Stephanie is through her website or email below.

Website: ScoopMarketplace.com   ScoopIntelligence.com

Instagram: @ScoopMarketplace   @ScoopIntelligence

Facebook: @ScoopMarketplace   @ScoopIntelligence 

Email: info@ScoopMarketplace.com

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Stephanie Lentz, CEO of Scoop Marketplace, joins me to talk about how she started a bulk shopping and zero waste store in episode 44 of the For Animals For Earth podcast.
Stephanie Lentz, CEO of Scoop Marketplace, joins me to talk about how to open a zero waste grocery store in episode 44, For Animals For Earth podcast.
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