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Our commitment to functioning as a sustainable business, is reflected within our culture. Supporting Australian brands and those who align directly with our values. With the earth’s well being, our #1 priority.

I’m sure you’ve heard it, but buying bulk is a key ingredient to living a sustainable, zero waste lifestyle. At the Green Life Warehouse, we have both an in-store and online bulk food store. Located in North Lakes, just off the highway, you’ll find a diverse range of organic wholefoods. Better yet, feel free to bring your own reusables for filling up! Don’t worry if you forget, we have awesome jars available for you as well. No single-use plastic produce bags here!

Now, food packaging is one of the top contributors to the war on single use plastics and wasted materials. Leading the hospitality industry towards a more sustainable way of operating is a primal goal for the Green Life Warehouse. Hence why the products we use in our in-store cafe are all plant-based, made from Palm Leaf. 100% compostable and biodegradable. Not to mention, making sure these plant made disposables are actually composted, is something we’re very proud of. Green Life Warehouse participates in industrial composting, meaning you can enjoy our plant-based goodies & organic coffee knowing everything will be returned to the earth, just as nature intended!

Shop Palm Leaf Plates, Bowls, Platters & Wooden Cutlery

If you feel overwhelmed by the need to live sustainably and you just don’t know where to begin, not to worry, you’ve come to the right place! Eco-anxiety can be a suffocating thing, and we don’t want it to impact the possibility of you making massive changes, for the good of our earth. So we’ve made it super easy!

Check out our essentials kits for living a sustainable life!

Come in store and ask about purchasing our used coffee grinds for plant mulch! YES it’s amazing for plants and YES we even reuse our coffee grinds!

For more zero waste living tips & info check out our socials! @greenlifewarehouse
Or read our blog post ‘Sustainable living for dummies’ here.