When I arrived in Spain and began to settle into a normal life rhythm, I found that what I missed the most about the U.S. was my weekly farmer's market or organic markets like Co-opportunity in Santa Monica, California. As I learn more about Madrid and discover it by foot, I continue to bump into individuals with a passion for health food, non-GMO, organic and local produce. The Organic Shop happens to lay just steps from the busy and touristy section of Gran Via in the neighborhood of Chueca. Daniela, the owner, a friendly and positive woman, allowed me a sneak-peek into the store, which sells only organic products. Whether you are a resident looking for alternatives to the supermarket, or just passing by, the store's variety of produce, as well as to-go items such as ready-to-eat salads, rice dishes or pastas and fresh squeezed juices, will help you fill your organic void.
Sweets, dried fruits, pasta and chocolate from one of my favorite producers, Vivani.
Oranges from Andalusia, apples from Catalonia and other organic produce from other communities of Spain.
The majority of the inventory is from Spanish brands; for example El Granero, Ékolo or dairy from El Cantero de Letur.
The Organic Shop
Calle de las Infantas 30
28004 Madrid Spain
+34 915 22 64 89
Metro: Gran Via or Chueca