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Q: Where to buy organic food in Beijing?

8 years 19 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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One of the most economical ways of getting organic food is getting together with a couple of friends and ordering organic fruit, veg, meat and grains in bulk. Websites like organicfarm.com (http://www.organicfarm.com.cn/english/zstd.asp) deliver right to your door.

If you rather go to a shop personally, check out Lohao City or the World Health Store. You'll find more useful info on organic shopping in the article below.

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You can find organic food at Carrefour stores, Pricemarts, and international stores, such as Pacific Plaza , Friendship Stores, Jenny Lou's, and April Gourmet.

If you call Beijing Organic Food Co. Ltd., I believe they even do deliveries!

You can also check Greenpeace guide, by the way
http://www.greenpeace.org/eastasia/news/stories/food-agriculture/2008/be...

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If you don't want to buy organic food online, you may try the outlets, like “北京乐活城”
“有机农庄 ”
“北京乐活城”has many branches.
Here I offer the info of two branches, one is located at 52 Jingshun Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing ( Tel: 010-84592900)
Another one is located at 29 Zaoying Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing(Tel: 010-87724133)

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