In Fast Company

Since we've partnered with TerraCycle's Loop Marketplace in May of last year, Reinberger has seen a huge increase in our area of distribution (Hello, folks between Maine and Virginia), allowing us to build relationships with customers throughout the northeastern United States.

While this has been great for some customers, ordering groceries online isn't always ideal - especially if you're not going to be eating 12 pounds of nut butter per month. To alleviate this, we're looking forward to moving into physical grocery stores, and bringing our Loop-approved packaging with us to retailers like Kroger and Walgreens in 2020.

The end goal? According to a recent review by Fast Company, "Customers can also avoid the hassle of shipping empty containers back and the size of the reusable tote... rather than cleaning and refilling your own container, you bring back dirty containers, drop them off, and buy already-packaged products on the shelf. As with online orders, you’ll pay a deposit on the container and then get it back when the container is returned."
We're looking forward to working closely with more retailers in 2020, and we're happy to take on the challenge.