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Naturally Organic

Organic, naturally

Naturally Organic Naturally Organic began in Auckland in 1998, offering organic fruit and vegetable baskets to one local outlet. They’re now a fully operational retail and online store, where service is as much of a priority as produce. They offer a same day delivery service for online orders, and will even take groceries to your car when you shop in-store.

They stock certified foods for every dietary requirement, with the philosophy that un-genetically-modified and un-processed foods should be readily available to all, and that organic farming is sustainable and environment-friendly.

The product list is immense, covering produce, meats (including pork-free pork products), beauty, baby and household products, sweets and chocolate, condiments, dairy, beverages and even books and magazines. They even provide organic medicinal and herbal supplements.

Their monthly newsletter is also a wealth of industry and community information, promoting health-related discussions and training courses, and they run regular specials for smart shopping.
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