Living in this gorgeous city of ours is probably the greatest thing in the world. Not only do we have countless beaches at our disposal, but there is a constant stream of new restaurants, bars and shops in Sydney. One week it’s a café for cats, and the next it’s the west-side sibling of Bondi Junction wholefoods market, Naked Foods. This rustic gem has settled into its new home on King Street in Newtown, and is already a favourite among clean-eating locals.
Finding an organic marketplace in Sydney that won’t cost you a week’s salary in one trip is harder than it would appear, but the Naked Foods guys have saved the day with their enormous selection of organic ingredients in bulk prices. Whatever you’re looking to make, Naked Foods can sort you out. Want to make your own muesli, or just pick up some cacao nibs or tea? Naked Foods is the place to go.
We could list all of the wonderful, natural food they offer in-store and online, but it would take us precious hours that could be better spent eating. Just know that there are over 600 different products on offer for you to scoop, weigh and be on your merry bike home with.
Not a Newtown local? Don’t fret! The original Naked Foods in Bondi Junction is alive and well, serving up a plethora of organic health foods, with everything from chia seeds and dried lentils to maple syrup or even turmeric powder on bulk offer in store.
If you’re a lover of all things organic but spend too much time pumping iron at the gym or glued to the couch in your undies, Naked Foods have an online store that will have you chomping on a bag of almonds while whipping up some frugal organic bliss balls quicker than your housemate can say ‘put your damn shirt on’.
Naked Foods have been supporting our attempt at a healthier lifestyle for a few years now, and the opening of a second store in Newtown has whet our appetite for some food shopping that we’re in control of; it’s a beautiful thing when there are no nasties to test our willpower. So head on down and get your fill of nuts, seeds, teas and plenty more; you’ll be churning your own raw cashew butter in no time!
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