Emporio Organico

closed
236 West Street
Crows Nest, 2065 NSW
02 9002 1353


Opening Hours

SUN closed
MON 10:00am - 5:00pm
TUE 10:00am - 5:00pm
WED 10:00am - 2:00pm
THU 10:00am - 5:00pm
FRI 10:00am - 5:00pm
SAT 10:00am - 5:30pm

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The verdict

For the red-nosed and sneeze-laden, allergies can sometimes suck. Thankfully, the allergy-friendly Emporio Organico has set up shop in Crows Nest. Founded by Kitsa Yanniotis (founder of Kitsa’s Kitchen) this expert foodie is bringing her expertise together in this one-stop shop for all your organic food and lifestyle needs. Specialising in toxic free products, their team have curated the best of the best practitioner-tested products that aim to aid in your digestive health, help you build your eco home as well as assist you in the shift to organic.

As a certified GAPS practitioner, much of the cultured food range is designed to help you make healthier choices because if we’re meant to listen to our guts, we’ve also got to keep them happy. And if you’ve still got some questions, GAP diet consultations are available on-site for all your fermented and kefir related queries. As the skin is your largest organ, there’s a whole host of organic skincare lines to ensure that no nasties ever enter your body.

Kitsa’s wellness philosophy also extends to the home. Spruce up your abode with their range of uber-stylish bamboo homewares and boutique perfumes made from 100% natural essential oils. And grab some good karma bringing arm-candy with soulful designs from Tara Wolf and Pastiche jewellery.

What’s even better is that their wholefood café, “The Refreshment Room” will soon be opening so you’ll soon be able to get a wholistic dining experience whilst you shop. So next time your in Crows Nest, be sure to stop by Emporio Organico for a allergy-free visit!


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