Bee’s Wrap ($20 for three), made of beeswax, makes sustainable food storage a cinch. Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach
The now infamous plastic straw can easily be replaced by stainless steel ($16 for four), hay ($9 for 100), or bamboo ($10 for two). Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach
Grocery shopping doesn’t get chicer than this Rani Arabella canvas tote ($595) with hometown pride. The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach
A disposable water bottle can’t hold a candle to Yeti’s Rambler bottle with Chug cap ($40). West Palm Beach
The leak-proof screw-top of W&P’s Porter seal-tight bowl ($25) can replace many a takeout container. Jar the Zero Waste Shop, Stuart
Instead of plastic, Cleo + Coco natural deodorant bars ($18) are encased in waste-free wax molds. Jar the Zero Waste Shop, Stuart
Based in Tequesta, One World Zero Waste’s bamboo utensil kit ($30) includes a roll-up bag, napkin, fork, spoon, knife, straw, and straw cleaner.
These cloth food storage bags ($31.75 for three), also by One World Zero Waste, are machine-washable and Velcro shut to keep snacks and sandwiches fresh.