Organic food market in Buenos Aires. Wanderlust Spanish has put together a guide to what we consider to be the best organic markets, shops, and delivery services in town. So, scroll down to see what’s around.
Organic food market in Buenos Aires
El Galpón https://elgalpon.org.ar/
The Community Supply Center is a space for articulation, linkage, and exchange between organizations of organic/agroecological producers and consumer groups in which the basic products are based on the concepts of Responsible Consumption, Fair Price and Food Sovereignty are privileged.
Home-Baked Treats at San Telmo Verde
It is impossible to try everything together in the tastings, the place is ideal to go several times and if one is nearby, put it among the purchase options. Although most of its products are suitable for vegans and vegetarians, it is not exclusive
Sabe La Tierra
Unlike the other two markets, Sabe La Tierra takes to the streets every Wednesday (Balvanera), Saturday (San Fernando, Palermo, Vicente Lopez), and Sunday (Palermo). With an abundance of stands selling some of the best quality products from local producers.
With a direct relationship between the seller and consumer, both parties benefit, making the products not only more affordable but also providing a sense of satisfaction in knowing exactly where your money is going. There are large communal tables where you can sit to enjoy the food and, if it’s sunny, green spaces ideal for a mid-day siesta. If you are looking to interact with others, share stories and enjoy a strong sense of community, this is definitely the market for you. Its energy is contagious and will leave you grinning from ear to ear, despite the gluttonous overload of cheese you have just consumed.
Balvanera | Av Enrique Santos Discépolo 1800 | Wednesday 10 AM-4 PM
San Fernando | Av. del Libertador 1000 | Saturday 10 AM-5 PM
Vicente Lopez | Av. Gral. San Martín 2400| Saturdays 10 AM-5 PM
Palermo | Plaza Güemes | Saturday 10 AM-7 PM | Parque Las Heras | Sunday 10 AM-7 PM
Overall Buenos Aires is not a cheap city to find organic products. But, it is definitely something that is gaining popularity among the Argentines. We now have our first vegan supermarket in Buenos Aires, called Mini Super Veganos, which is more like a pop-up every month (www.facebook.com/minisupersveganos/). New small restaurants and deliveries offering vegetarian and/or vegan organic foods are opening every now and then. One of the mainstays, that has been around since 2010 is Buenos Aires Verdes. There are now 2 locations, one in Palermo and one in Belgrano. They have good lunch deals, where you get really good quality food at a fair price.