This is probably my main go-to place for organic food. I try to visit regularly even if it’s a bit pricey. The small green store is located along Mother Ignacia Ave. in Quezon City, near St. Mary’s School. They sell brown rice, bananas and other fruits, greens like lettuce and spinach, veggies like carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, eggplants, alfalfa sprouts, and many more.
There are also baked breads; superfoods like chia and maca; special seasonings and spices like non-soy soy sauce, garlic, onions, ginger, and turmeric; and even frozen items like ham, sausages, longganisa, chicken cordon bleu, rellenong bangus, and baboy ramo products—their meats are grown without antibiotics and other chemicals. (Tip: Try their laing and guinataang langka—there are vegetarian options.) You can also find tea, coffee, spreads, homemade mayo, and personal care items like soaps, shampoos, oils, and other products. Just make sure you drop by around lunch time or even after lunch because they usually open very late.
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