Package Free is a retailer that sells products that help to live a zero or low-waste lifestyle. The company offers a solution for those who want to reduce their environmental footprint, but don’t know where to start. It actually charges vendors a percentage of the shipment if the shipment arrives with plastic, and increases that percentage on the second infraction. Package Free buys their inventory wholesale and enforces incredibly strict guidelines for the vendors they work with, not least of which is a no-exceptions no-plastic policy. It also reuses the dunnage (packaging materials) that the original shipment came with, meaning the company never uses virgin dunnage. They want to expand to creating their own sustainable CPG products, first tackling the ‘white space’ of products that aren’t currently available via vendor partners. Package Free was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, United States.Something looks off?