Best of Philly

Best Eco-Friendly Store

2021 Best Van

Ray’s Reusables

From East Falls to Clark Park, across the bridge to Wenonah and down I-95 to Wilmington, Ray Daly brings her van stocked with soaps, shampoos and other cleaning goods anywhere the people are; the people can then bring their reusable jars and fill ’em up, again and again and again. Read More »


2021 Best Eco-Friendly Home Supplies

Good Buy Supply

Bring your own jar to this East Passyunk storefront to fill up on laundry powder, dish soap, shampoo, and other household staples. This “low-waste” shop features everything you need to lessen your footprint, from muslin produce bags to bamboo toothbrushes. Read More »

1737 East Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Website

2013 Best Eco-Friendly Store


Even if youre the type to turn up your nose at hippie-dippie eco-stores, this year-old shop might have you on Al Gores side. The sister store to a Princeton flagship eschews bad design (who needs a shirt made from a recycled burlap sack?) in favor of minimalist bamboo serving wares, reclaimed wood furniture, ridiculously cozy organic-latex pillows, and adorable stationery (printed with soy-based ink on recycled paper, of course). Read More »

8434 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA | 215-242-0700 | Website