Don’t Panic, It’s Organika!

Image source: Photographer Ella Tubman

Known in the Noosa community for their healthy grocery essentials, wholesome grab ‘n’ go options, and freshly made organic juices and tonics, Organika is your one-stop grocery shop for all things clean living and fresh produce. Jodie Cameron discovers the convenience of having all your nourishing favourites in one healthy hub.

In an increasingly busy world where – let’s face it – we’re all run off our feet with the daily juggle of family, work, eat, sleep and repeat, physically stopping to smell the organic coffee can sometimes be a luxury.

But thankfully, Noosaville’s Organika has you covered with its fantastic range of healthy, speedy options.

We all know that time is a precious commodity, which is why the Organika team provides a range of tasty grab ‘n’ go lunches (all made in-house!), ącaí bowls, cakes, salads, guilt-free treats, smoothies, tonics, fresh juices and coffee to keep your insides happy and healthy on the go.

If you’re running late, are juggling the kids, or just need your oat latte fix pronto, it’s easy to skip the queues by pre-ordering coffees, juices, tonics and vegan and gluten-free cakes for easy pick-up!

Whether you’re grabbing a coffee, smoothie or tonic; committing to a detoxifying juice cleanse; or celebrating a special occasion with a consciously crafted cake, the online ordering system makes it easier than ever to prioritise your health and dietary preferences.

The bustling café serves as a testament to Organika’s commitment to quality and freshness, with a focus on supporting small-scale local artisans and trusted suppliers committed to using the finest quality ingredients ­­­­— helping them serve up nourishing foods without compromising on taste or nutrition.

As the go-to wholefoods shop for Noosa natives, health-conscious foodies, holidaymakers and others, many customers are turning to Organika as a healthy and hassle-free alternative to larger supermarkets, where they can pick up their veggies, fruit, pantry staples and more – even organic and biodynamic wines, spirits and beers – safe in the knowledge that they’re contributing to a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle with every product picked from the shelves.

It also makes it easier for people to shop according to their health concerns and values, including vegan, coeliac, dairy-free, paleo and others.

The personalised service and the sense of belonging you experience when shopping at Organika makes it more than just a place to buy groceries, it’s a hub for like-minded individuals who share a passion for healthy living and sustainability.

Want to be rewarded with vouchers, exclusive member offers, gifts and shopping experiences?

Simply download the free Organika app and sign up for the loyalty program.

Collect two points for every $1 spent and receive a $10 voucher when you reach 1000 points… just a little somethin’ somethin’ for choosing Organika as your trusted source for all things nutritious and delicious.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit Organika, I encourage you to head into the store to experience the energetic vibe and meet the friendly team.

When you do, it’s immediately obvious Organika is more than a grocery store – the team is deeply committed to fostering a community united in their love for pure products that protect and nurture healthy people and a healthy planet.

If that’s not putting the ‘k’ for kindness into Organika, I don’t know what is!

The experts at Organika tell us what to look out for when reading food labels:

Real foods have simple, recognisable ingredients such as wholegrains, fruits, vegetables and lean proteins.

Beware of numbers: complex names or numerical codes may indicate artificial additives or preservatives. Choose simple, natural ingredients over synthetic chemicals.

Watch for added sugars: choose products with little to no added sugars over high-fructose corn syrup, cane sugar and syrups.

Avoid artificial additives: scan for artificial colours, flavours and preservatives like MSG, BHA and BHT. These can be harmful to health and are often in processed foods.

Be mindful of the sodium content: excessive sodium can contribute to high blood pressure and other health issues. Choose products with lower sodium levels or opt for unsalted options where possible.

Look for wholegrains: wholegrains provide essential nutrients and fibre. Choose products with whole wheat, oats, quinoa or brown rice instead of refined grains.

Check for trans fats: trans fats can cause bad cholesterol levels and increase the risk of heart disease. Avoid products containing partially hydrogenated oils or trans fats.

About the Author /

Jodie is a city-turned-country-turned-coastal chick. With a degree in Journalism & PR and a passion for pulling together events with flair. Her 15+ years’ experience is diverse (including launching a macadamia nut farm)! In her spare time, she’s beachside with her two tiny treasures and furry love Staffy x Red Cattle dog, Rudi.

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