If you’d like to taste locally grown organic food then you don’t have to wander far from the centre of Helsinki.
The city has numerous stores selling a wide range of organically grown delicious produce just waiting to be discovered. Satumarja is a Utopia for vegetarians, with its impressive selection of fresh foods that make the mouth water. Ecoshop Ruohonjuuri offers a diverse range of high quality eco, organic and fair trade products.Anton & Anton take pride in providing exceptional customer service.
Helsinki is a modern, pocket-sized European city known for design and high technology. Helsinki’s attractive and unique character comes from its proximity to the sea, as well as its location between the East and the West.
Located in the indoor farmers market in Hakaniemi, Satumarja offers an unmatched variety of farm-fresh organic food products. A visit to the shop is a unique experience, not only because of the large selection of food items available. The smiling sales clerk cheerily informs that she knows almost every customer personally.
You’ll be spoilt for choice in the produce aisle – all the vegetables sold at Satumarja are organic and sourced from small farms.
ANTON & ANTON
Offering a wide variety of fresh produce, as well as freshly-baked bread and a full-service meat counter, Anton & Anton is a special kind of grocery store. Its cosy and nostalgic atmosphere makes a visit feel as though you have travelled back in time. Just like the old times: Anton & Anton take pride in providing exceptional customer service.
You can find everything you need for tasty vegan cooking and lots of choice for organic cooking from Ruohonjuuri. They have stores all around Finland, but in Helsinki you can find one for example from Kamppi and Hakaniemi.
PS. They have a wide range of organic and natural cosmetics as well.
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