February 09, 2019

LIST: Groceries Where You Can Find Organic Products in the Metro

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  • Are you looking to start eating organic? Or maybe an easier way to get your groceries without having to leave the comforts of your home?

    These days, going green to lead a healthy lifestyle is a lot easier than before. It has gotten a lot more accessible in the past few years with the sudden boom of grocery services that carry organic products.

    With that, here’s a list of some of the grocery stores and delivery services where you can get organic products!

    The Green Grocer

    Looking for a way to get organic products without leaving the comforts of your home? Look no further than The Green Grocer, an online supermarket for all your organic needs ranging from vegetables, beef, pork and poultry, among others. Their products are guaranteed fresh from farms in Laguna, Tagaytay, and Batangas. Plus, they deliver on the same day you place your order!

    Also Read: The Green Grocer

    Healthy Options

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    Probably one of the most popular organic shops, Healthy Options carries healthier and cleaner alternatives to most products that we have on our shelves—including vitamins, make-up, produce, and more. It’s a shop that you would want to visit for all your organic needs as they carry a selection of fruits, vegetables, and meat.

    Holy Carabao

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    While the Holy Carabao farm is located in the countryside of Laguna, their organic and biodynamic products can be bought from their website or in their Makati Market City Stop. They also distribute to select groceries like Rustan’s. Holy Carabao assures that all their animals are raised in a free-roam and loving environment—even the worms that cultivate the soil.

    Down to Earth

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    DownToEarth is a farm in Bukidnon that grows biodynamic vegetables and free-range livestock. They use biodynamic and sustainable agricultural practices in their farming. Aside from their organic products, they also offer Keto and Paleo meals as well as a Soup and Salad subscription. Their products can be purchased through their website or at their shop in Makati. You may also buy their products in select Rustan’s stores and at the Salcedo Market and Mara’s Organic Market.

    Real Food

    Located at Alabang’s Molito Lifestyle Mall, Real Food sources their products from local farmers, having almost everything from veggies to wines to gluten-free and non-dairy products. The best part? Your orders are delivered fresh every morning. Real Food has a branch at BGC and delivers to Alabang, Makati, BGC, Ortigas and Pasig for free during Sundays for a minimum purchase of Php 1,000. You can also make use of their day deliveries via Grab.

    Earth Origins Marketplace & Café

    Aside from organic vegetables, Earth Origins showcases meats, poultry and snacks, bath and body essentials, and other pantry supplies. They boast a selection of chemical pesticide and fertilizer-free, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, preservative-free, gluten-free, and non-GMO products. You can also visit their cafe where they have a selection of healthy eats and Instagram-worthy interiors.

    Alex and Claude

    Located in BGC, Alex and Claude is a one-stop shop for ready-to-eat meals and healthy alternatives. Not only do they carry a variety of healthy snacks but also healthier alternatives to make-up, oral care, skin care and a lot more. It’s the ideal shop for those who want to venture into a healthier lifestyle, without all the pressure!

    Also Read: Alex and Claude: Your Neighborhood Organic Food Mart in BGC

    Have you tried any of these shops before? Which one is your go-to for all things healthy and organic? Don’t forget to tell us about your experience below!

               
               
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