Zero Waste Groceries. Delivered.
Livlite is a Vancouver e-commerce grocery startup that delivers zero waste groceries to households. We’re on a mission to make it easy to cut down on packaging waste at home. Our groceries are 98% plastic-free and 95% of our suppliers are local.
Protecting our environment
Our earth has a right to a healthy existence. We know that we can care for our environment and future generations by making sustainable choices as consumers.
We have a duty to treat our employees, customers and suppliers in a fair, respectful and compassionate manner while being a progressive and caring member of the communities we serve.
Progress over perfection
Our actions – regardless how small the action may appear – affect the whole. We understand that small steps create lasting, tangible changes.
The Livlite Team
Emily Anne Stewart
Emily Anne has two first names, like Billy Ray Cyrus. Raised in a small town in Nova Scotia, she has found her way to the PNW and frequently reminisces about the salty east coast. Emily Anne worked at several design agencies in Vancouver before finding her new home here at Livlite, where she practices “progress over perfection” with respect to low-waste living.
Marketing + Brand Coordinator
Grace is a mom, avid mountain biker and trail runner. She is passionate about innovation that cuts down on household waste, voting, and generally working to leave the planet and people in a better place. Grace loves her local East Van community and promoting partner businesses.
Founder / Chief Marketing Officer
Jasper manages all things production and delivery at Livlite. He worked with several of our favourite vegetarian and vegan restaurants and suppliers prior to joining us. When Jasper isn’t working on low-waste solutions for our products and making sure our customers are happy, you can find him with his band in East Vancouver.
Born and raised on the gool ole East Coast, Nick moved to BC in 2001 in pursuit of some big juicy sporting goals. Nick has since gained an affinity for plant-based eating, the environment and reducing waste across all aspects of his life.
With past experience in food & beverage and as a recent graduate of the Master Recycler Vancouver program, Nick is thrilled be a part of a value-based business where he can share his passions. In 2020, Nick is proud of sending only 5 bags of waste to landfill.