They can also dispense household cleaners and shampoo and conditioners.
Tom Bowerman, owner of the High Street shop said: “This is something we’ve been working towards for some time, reducing unnecessary waste is really important to us as both as individuals and as a business and it feels great to be reinvesting our profits back into the business to do something positive in this area."
He said the gravity dispensers are a modern way of offering loose foods, without the hygiene risks of the more traditional open scoop bins you may have seen in the past.
A customer can now bring their own containers and fill up on store cupboard essentials or use reusable paper bags.
He said: "Shopping this way means that people save on unnecessary plastic packaging waste and also save money too as everything works out a better price than it did in the little pre-packaged plastic bags the goods used to be sold in."
With plans to add more products and packaging free options in the coming months, the store is following a national trend.
Marlborough has its own zero waste shop in Hughenden Yard while Waitrose are experimenting with it in Oxford.