Yes Future is Barcelona’s Most Adorable Package-Free Shop



I just happened to walk past Yes Future while wandering around Barcelona. Well, almost walked past… you bet I turned right back around after catching a glimpse of this gorgeous package-free shop with that flawless, minimal-chic, Instagram-worthy aesthetic.

One of my favorite things about traveling is seeing all of the ways that different communities are changing the world for the better. And after 3 weeks of traveling and feeling down about all the waste we accumulated, Yes Future was exactly the re-inspiration I needed.

Now, let me show you a peek inside one of my most favorite shops on the planet.

A Look Inside Yes Future

Photo credit: PepPont.com

Yes Future is both a package-free goods shop as well as a bulk grocery store. Shoppers can get bulk grains, noodles, beans, and loose leaf tea. Need home goods? They also stock bulk cleaning supplies, bamboo toothbrushes, dish scrubbers and metal straws.

Their product selection is very thoughtfully curated, with quality and eco-friendliness in mind. And the overall interior is clean, minimalistic and bright. It just feels good being inside.



My absolute favorite offering in the entire store, though, is the bulk wine wall. Yep. Spanish wine on tap here, folks, right out of the cutest little spouts. Just tare your own container before filling and then have fun choosing 🙂

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All the wines on tap.

I chatted briefly with one of the store owners and let him know why I was geeking out so hard and taking photos (should’ve asked first, sorry!). After I explained my obsession, he was very excited to hear about similar shops opening up back home in Seattle (shout-out to EcoCollective!) and elsewhere. We talked about how cool it is to see the plastic-free movement growing across the globe.

Yes Future is Great for Locals and Travelers Alike

Aside from package-free stores being incredibly gorgeous inside, bulk shops like this one are a gem for locals wanting to reduce their waste. But they’re also traveler-friendly. When it’s time to save money and start cooking meals, rather than eating out all the time, travelers can minimize waste from packaging, save money on food and support local businesses all in one stop.

You can also refill your hygiene necessities like soap and shampoo in your travel bottles that you likely already have in your travel bag. I always like to pack a couple produce baggies with me, too, to buy snacks, dry goods or produce when I travel. They definitely come in handy when shopping at stores like this one – especially when they have bulk cookie and snack bins.

We hope you stop in for a visit when traveling to Barcelona, and tag us on Instagram when you do!



Darby B.https://ourconstantjourney.com
Hi, I'm Darby. My interests are in travel, cooking plant-based meals, music of many genres, human equality and environmental sustainability. I also love to write. When I'm not traveling, you can probably find me drinking coffee or riding a bike around town. I love going to new places and learning as much as possible about history and culture. Even more so, I try to learn about and raise awareness to local grassroots efforts in the areas I am visiting. I believe that communities hold the answers to their trials and I seek to support those efforts however I can. My goal is to never stop learning, always checking my privilege and try to make the world a better place.
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