Shop at these sustainable stores in the Tampa Bay area

Here’s 10+ local shops to help you live a little greener in 2024.

shampoo bars, cumin, and other eco-friendly products

A green market haul from Sans Market.

Photo via @sans.market

If your New Year’s resolution is to live a little more sustainably, we’ve got you covered. From recycled to-go cups and takeout bags to live-edge wood dining tables, these Tampa + St. Pete spots are selling products to help you sustain a greener life:

Sans Market, 1037 Central Ave., St. Petersburg

This zero-waste shop sells all the products you need to shrink your carbon footprint: bamboo tooth brushes, solid dish soaps, shampoo bars, biodegradable cotton swabs, makeup, and this store even boasts a “Bring Your Own Container” bulk bar.

Lüfka, 4222 N. Florida Ave., Tampa

Head to the Heights for eco-friendly bath products (like inventive bath bombs), tons of soy wax candles, hand sanitizer, pet and cleaning products, and of course, Lüfka washcloths made with Willow bark fibers.

Dancing Goat Dairy and Farm, 12502 Maverick Ct., Tampa

The local Cigar City farm sells its own handmade soap, shampoo bars, and shaving bars in addition to farm-fresh dairy products. Pick up the homemade goodness at the farm on Wednesdays and Sundays, make a pre-order for St. Pete pickup, or book The Dancing Goat Dairy Farm Tour on AirBnB for a peek behind the scenes.

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Head to the Dancing Goat for fresh milk, eggs, and even eco-friendly products.

Auburn Supply Group, 2140 Range Rd., Ste. C, Clearwater,

Headquartered in Clearwater, this local company upcycles agricultural waste into takeout bags and makes eco-friendly hot and cold to-go cups. Bonus: it also offers free delivery across the Tampa Bay area.

Black Radish Grocer, 2923 N. 12th St., Tampa

This beloved vegan grocer serves sandwiches and a host of yummy treats, but also sells organic home + cooking products.

Skyway Supply, 13191 56th Ct. N., Ste. 102, Clearwater

Order doggie waste bags, recycled toilet paper, green cleaning products, recycled trash bags, and microfiber towels from this local biz.

Rollin’ Oats, Multiple locations

This locally-owned natural food grocer also stocks health and beauty products, all-natural household items, bulk options, and pet products — make sure to check out the smoothie bar.

A Simpler Place Farm & Market, Pickup at Foundation Coffee in Riverview (10020 Carr Rd.)

Pick up staples like olive oil, dairy, eggs, and veggies, and up your cooking game with a sourdough starter, Florida Fusion Sauce and Marinade, Mango Sriracha White Balsamic Vinegar, and other goods from this Riverview Farm. The local business also offers delivery services.

Funktionhouse Urban Lumber & Furnishings, Inside Anderson Lumber, 666 49th St. S., St. Petersburg

Tucked inside the Burg’s Anderson Lumber, this St. Pete maker salvages local trees and crafts them into one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces like live-edge slab dining tables and lighting. Take a peek.

Organic Beard Supply, Inside Bambu The Eco Salon, 406 11th Ave. N., St. Petersburg

This one’s for the Paul Bunyans among us. Order Citrus Beard Oil, Camper Beard Oil (made to smell like rain), and other beard blends made with organic oils right here in the Burg.

Nardo’s Natural Organic Skincare, 8028 118th Ave. N., Largo

Featured on “Shark Tank” and supported by the show’s Barbara Corcoran, this Pinellas brand uses cocoa butter, aloe vera, and other natural ingredients to craft eye serums, facial cleansers, sunscreens, and other beauty and haircare products.

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