A new zero-waste grocery store has opened its doors in Charlottetown, offering a unique shopping experience with thousands of packaging-free products from dry goods and spices to cleaning supplies, as well as items for those striving for a waste-free lifestyle. The brainchild behind Monsieur Vrac is Israël Poulin. He moved to Prince Edward Island from Quebec in July with his wife Noisette Séré-Couteight and four young children to open the sustainably focused store at 171 Buchanan Drive. Their goal is to help Islanders lessen their impact on the environment by reducing the waste that goes into landfills and oceans. Monsieur Vrac Charlottetown is an open-concept space with a wide variety of packaging-free products, including milk, shampoos, and fresh produce. Mr. Poulin said he and his staff offer friendly customer service, a commitment to competitive pricing as well as local products. For more information, visit: http://monsieurvrac.com or call 902-629-0090. Check out the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/monsieurvraccharlottetown.