Love it! My friend is lucky to live nearby so whenever I visit her I pop into this store to fill up my supplies.
It's more like home and cozy version planet organic, without the fuits&veg and make up. It's small, but don't be fooled - it has everything you need for a quick meal (again, no fruits & veg!). And I also like their selection of breads (yeast free, rye, etc etc).
The only con is that they don't accept cards for less than £5 but I'd always find something to match that!
When I worked in this area I used to frequent this store a lot mainly because I love smoked tofu and they sell delicious tofu in here
The owner is so lovely, whenever I ask him a question about vitamins and the like he really takes the time to find the right product for you and gives you all the time you need which is a rarity in London town. In fact all the staff in here are a delight.
They stock a wide range of vitamins, food like pasta, flour, sandwiches, organic products and beauty products.
So I needed some organic seaweed to make some sushi rolls. On my way home from work I popped into Spitalfields Organics. And I wondered why I've never been in there before.
The owner was so lovely, guided me to said seaweed and discussing the options I had. Before I knew it my basket was laden with goodies: beans, tofu and some delicious organic licorice.
Since then I have made it one of my regular food outlets - it's got a super range of organic products, and lots of things I can't seem to find in lots of other health food stores
This small organic grocery is extremely well stocked. I came here with a frind that lives around teh area, she is a vegetarian and shops here all the time. She needed some cofee and disg washing liquid, so we went in she got her stuff and we bougt a little snak, we dhared a wrap, it was really good, fresh and with flavor . The owne was really nice when we paid, and the prices are realtively not expensive, given that buying organic always seems to be more expensive. This is a great little shop.
Spitalfields Organics is a shop I'll always pop into when I'm walking past. Recently moved across the road from its original location, stocked full of every organic product you could possibly want. Fair trade tea & coffee, sushi kits, environmental cleaning products and natural cosmetics.
They have a great selection of food for lunch, salads & wraps, with lots of choice for vegans. If you turn up at the right time, they often have sale items so you can get a good healthy lunch for half price.
I like this shop a lot. It's tiny, but they pack a lot of stuff in there - and a lot of it seems to cater to us vegans! They have a great variety of sandwiches, organic products, teas, grains, cleaning products, etc. The prices are fair, and the people are friendly! Sweet!
I often shop here as it is very convenient for me. Staff are friendly and helpful and never rush you. Some things are more expensive than Wholefoods Market in Kensington but it is very coneveniently located. They sell lots of organic and gluten free stuff that you cannot find anywehere else in this area. They also have lots of healthy snack bars and raw chocolate.
When i lived in Brick lane, this was the only place to pick up tofu weiners and coconut water, so i'd pop in here at least once a week. Because of my wiener habit i got to know the owner a bit and he slowly achieved legendary status amongst all of us flatmates and will forever be known simply as 'organic man'. Initially appearing shy and even grumpy, we persisted with our jolly greetings and were rewarded with kindness (he once bashfully offered me a free chocolate), inadvertently funny conversation (he asked my flatmate if she'd been 'hiring and firing') and an amazing selection of jumpers (must be seen to be believed).
Aside from the man himself, they have an impressive range of foodstuffs which sadly the health food shop near us now cannot come close to, and there are always some bizarre hypnotic beats on in the background.
If you live in E1 and believe in voting for a better world with your money, try Spitalfields organic
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