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Long Beach’s Best Eco-Friendly Businesses

Long Beach’s Best Eco-Friendly Businesses


We can all do a little more to protect our beautiful planet. Thankfully, Long Beach is home to some amazing stores and businesses making big steps towards a more eco-friendly future. From sustainable home products to recycled clothes and organic eats, we’ve found some of the best green companies making a big difference in our Long Beach community.


BYO Long Beach
Has Earth Day inspired you to live with a little less waste? BYO Long Beach is here to help you make the transition. From metal and glass containers, bulk products, cleaning, kitchen, and personal care supplies, the eco-conscious folks at BYO have made living green fun and easy. Shop their entire collection of sustainable products online.


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Ahimsa Vegan Cafe
Long Beach Vegans and omnivores alike love Ahimsa Vegan Café for its delicious meals, organic ingredients, and earth-friendly attitude. Much of Ahimsa’s food comes directly from their pesticide-free heirloom farm in Escondido. While social distancing is in place, Ahimsa Vegan Café is offering both pick-up and no-contact delivery.


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Yellow 108
Sustainable headwear doesn’t get better than Yellow 108. This LA-based company is salvaging and recycling useful materials to create their signature hats. Find repurposed fabrics turned into authentic American heritage fedoras, caps, beanies, and more. Shop online through Yellow 108 or browse their menswear stockists around California and the US.

3 Women
3 Women is a stylish vintage shop offering eclectic ready-to-wear items, custom-made creations, and a large inventory of high-end vintage finds. Their handmade garments are designed from sustainable resources like vintage rice, flour, and feed sack fabrics. The 3 Women brand is built upon the belief that community and collaboration is the key to a sustainable and nourishing business model. While their brick-and-mortar shop in the arts district is closed for coronavirus safety, they are still showcasing and selling their garments online.


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Kress Market
Kress Market is the go-to grocery shop in Long Beach for organic produce. In addition to their farm-fresh foods, they also offer local and handmade items like natural soaps and delicious made-to-order deli sandwiches in their café. They offer grocery delivery service.

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