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Where to shop organic in Goa

Thanks to a number of dedicated suppliers & shop owners, sourcing fresh organic produce, household ingredients, cleaning products & clothing has recently become a whole lot easier in Goa. So here's the spots to shop!

Photo credits: Ecoposro, Goa's zero-waste shop

Find organic, zero waste & eco-friendly shops in Goa


Goa's first zero waste grocery shop with locations in Parra & Anjuna along with product pickup points at the Owl House in Aldona & Sensible.Earth in Porvorim. They also offer a home delivery service of organic fruits & vegetables every Saturday available to residents across North Goa.

Open Monday to Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM

Online shop available now!

O.M.O Organics

Small organic grocery shop located in Panjim behind the Post Office and next to Blue Tokai coffee shop.

Open daily from 10:30 AM to 8 PM with a weekly Sunday Harvest Market held from 4-7 PM

Dhairyansh Green

Distributor & retailer of sustainable Earth friendly products located in Panaji.

Find them on Instagram @dhairyansh_green

Open Monday to Saturday 9:30 AM to 6 PM


Beautifully curated conscious lifestyle shop in Porvorim stocking 80 plus brands across bath and body, grooming, supplements, food ingredients and home improvement. They also host an organic fruits & veggies market every Wednesday & Saturday from 4-8:30 PM.

Find them on Instagram @saukhyamgoa

Open daily from 10 AM to 8:30 PM

Earthlings Live Naturally

Health food store in Margao that aims to educate and encourage individuals (i.eEarthlings), i.e. u and me to follow the natural way of life.

Find them on Instagram @earthlingslivenaturally

Open Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 7 PM

Happy Soul

Located right opposite Oxford Arcade, Happy Soul is Anjuna's newest lifestyle shop stocking all things health & wellness. From locally made products to specially goods sourced internationally, this carefully curated shop is sure to have what you're looking for and more.

Find them on Instagram @happysoulofficial


Natural, organic and earth-friendly store located in Porvorim, Koshaa sells a wide range of naturally produced and sourced products. Koshaa has a direct farm-to-shop relationship with farmers that grow seasonal and traditional produce without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers. Their "Share and Save" initiative aims to eliminate plastic waste by offering steel plates and utensils for functions and gatherings; Collect, Use, Clean and Return, as simple as that.

Find them on Instagram

Open Thursday to Tuesday from 10 AM to 7:30 PM.

Find weekly / monthly organic markets in Goa

Tuesdays | Saligao Farmer's Market

Held every week from 4 to 7 PM at the Saligao Institute.

Thursdays | Ashwem Farmer's Market

Held every week from 12 to 4 PM at Vaayu Village in Ashwem.

Saturdays | Ecoposro Fruit & Veg Market

Ecoposro hosts its fresh produce markets every Saturday at their Parra, Aldona & Anjuna locations.

Sundays | Earth Keepers Market

Held every week from 3 to 7 PM at The Rejuvenation Center in Calangute.

Find them on Facebook @EarthKeepersMarket

Sundays | O.M.O Sunday Harvest

Held every week from 3 to 8 PM at O.M.O's shared courtyard with Blue Tokai located behind the Panjim Post Office.

Monthly | Goan Farmers Market

Generally held the first Sunday of every Month from 4 to 8 PM at Arjuntree One, near Fatima Convent in Margao. Find them on Instagram @Goanfarmersmarket

Monthly | The New Earth Gathering

A healthy, holistic, vegan, community market that encourages all things natural, organic & earth friendly. This initiative is organized by the good folks of Offbeat Goa and is held on the last Sunday of every month from 11am till 7pm at Saraya in Sangolda.

Find them on Instagram @newearthgathering

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