Buying organic really means buying your food how it should be and that’s free of harmful pesticides. Chemicals and hormones that many normal supermarket foods are full of.
This makes organic food environmentally sustainable which in turn means more wildlife. By buying organic you are not only putting better food into your body but you are helping the environment.
Organic food can be a little pricer than non-organic food but its worth it. You can buy certain things that are organic in mainstream supermarkets now as in recent years there has been more demand but if you are looking for specific organic supermarkets then read on.
Gloucestshire has come to London in the form of Dayles for organic produce. There’s a butcher on site selling in house meats from Daylesford. This store also sells its own brand of milk, cheese and bread with a delicatessen and even a team of chefs making treats.
This store in Ealing has gone the whole way even only employing staff that can cycle to work. Stocking a range of organic produce meats, fruit and veg it also has an extensive Cheese and Deli counter full of delicious goodies.
It has an onsite café where you can enjoy wines and beers that are vegetarian and vegan, a nice salad as well as cakes and sandwiches.
Fresh and wilds are a chain under wholefoods market and provide Londoners with a wide range of organic produce including fresh fruit and veg, meat, cakes household goods, vitamins and cosmetics.
Its caption is ‘We believe in real foods’ and real food is what you get whether you shop in store or use its home delivery service. Its website also displays a number of yummy recipes.
186-188 Balham High Road, Balham SW12 9BP
An organic mini mart As Nature Intended is a fantastic supermarket that can provide your organic needs for the weekly shop. It sells fresh fruit and veg, organic meats and fish. There’s also a good frozen section and even sells herbal remedies and natural cosmetics.