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Part & Parcel


1901 Chapel Hill Rd
Durham, NC 27707
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Photo of RC Collman RC Collman
Feb 23, 2023 5

I'm so glad this place exists! I can get most dry goods that I'd buy at a grocery store, in a plastic-free alternative. The stain stick for laundry (it's magic), rice mixes (especially the saffron one), and the dry herbal teas are just a few favorites. Bring your own jars or borrow one of theirs.

Photo of Maureen Kurtz Maureen Kurtz
Dec 9, 2022 4

Cute, neat little store. Good selection of bulk goods, including refrigerator and freezer items. Expensive and unaffordable to me. More expensive even than the Co-op, which is only a half mile away. I like that it supports a charity (autism). Also love that they take jars from community members, sanitize them, and offer them to shoppers. Wish it were more affordable to a bargain shopper, because I would like to support this project.

Photo of Sam Boyarsky Sam Boyarsky
Nov 3, 2022 5

I love this store. I'd been hearing about it for a while and finally made it in to the new location. It is exactly what it says it is, a no-frills, no packaging, bulk food store. You can drop off glass jars for reuse, or bring your own. There is a simple tare system for containers, and almost everything is sold by weight. Really solid selection of staples and snacks. Staff is friendly and helpful! I look forward to shopping here regularly!

Photo of Amelia Freeman-Lynde Amelia Freeman-Lynde
Oct 21, 2022 5

I am so excited to have this business in the neighborhood! I go almost every week. There's such a great selection of pantry staples, snacks, spices, cleaning and bath products, and just fun and interesting foods that are package free! I just got a single dryer ball after one mysteriously went missing! Favorite snack is the chocolate covered pretzels.

Photo of Alex Mullins Alex Mullins
Oct 13, 2022 5

I can't believe it took me this long to leave a review because I love every single thing about Part & Parcel. Primarily, it feels incredible to look at a bag full of pantry staples & other goodies and celebrate the amount of packaging I was able to avoid by shopping here. This felt especially good when we used P&P to supply the cocktail hour snacks for our wedding (do yourself a favor and try their gummy bears immediately). Trying to make more sustainable decisions can often end up costing more money, but P&P is one of those options that typically costs the same or less than buying the same items elsewhere. They also give you the option to offset some of the extra time it takes to add visiting a separate bulk store into your routine by having an online ordering option where they weigh it all for you into up-cycled jars which makes the whole process SO EASY! With their new location, parking is never an issue. In addition to these perks, P&P is run by the Autism Support and Advocacy Center. Last time I visited the store, I had the privilege of overhearing the employees discuss their previous experiences navigating neurodiversity discrimination in the workplace and how much of an improvement P&P was for being truly inclusive and not standing in the way of employees with varying strengths doing their jobs well. Shopping here means you're helping to keep these employment opportunities available. Finally, the selection here is outstanding. My favorite unexpected perks beyond the more typical pantry staples are the huge selection of dehydrated foods that make it so easy to prepare meals for camping, the new frozen fruit options, and all the local goodies. Please do yourself, your community, and your planet a favor and support this business.