Nordstrom is teaming with Package Free on the debut of a collection of products, including items for the kitchen, that are billed as affordable zero-waste versions of everyday items.
The Pop-In@Nordstrom x Package Free shop debuts March 26 and will be offered for a limited time only. The broad selection of products in the assortment include utensils, cloth napkins, plastic-free coffee cups, dish-washing brushes, stainless steel storage container, stainless steel straws and cutting boards. (Check out the full line of kitchen products here.)
“Taking better care of our planet is something that has always been personally important to me, and I’m excited for the opportunity to bring a curation of sustainable everyday solutions to Nordstrom through our partnership with Package Free Shop,” said Olivia Kim, Nordstrom’s vice president of Creative Projects. “ We know our customers want to support brands with strong values that help create positive change and we hope this shop will inspire them to learn about new ways to live a more trash-free life.”
Founded by environmental activist Lauren Singer in 2017, Brooklyn-based Package Free offers sustainable, non-toxic and plastic-free products for every part of life, working with brands to reduce their waste along the way.
“Since day one, Package Free’s mission has been to make the world less trashy. When you swap products used daily for a Package Free alternative, it’s easier than ever to cut down on plastic and individual waste and create a more livable future for all,” said Singer. “We’re extremely excited to partner with a brand that shares our goal of a sustainable product landscape and mission of making the world a better place not just through the products on the shelves, but also in the actions taken.”
Pop-In@Nordstrom x Package Free is available in nine Nordstrom locations and online at Nordstrom.com/pop from March 26 to May 9:
- Bellevue Square, Bellevue, Wash.
- CF Pacific Centre, Vancouver, B.C.
- CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto, Ont.
- Domain Northside, Austin, Texas
- Downtown Seattle, Seattle, Wash.
- Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
- NorthPark Center, Dallas, Texas
- South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, Calif.
- Nordstrom NYC Flagship, New York, NY