Best Organic Grocery Store in Noosa, Sunshine Coast

Discover Organika: Noosa’s original organic grocery store offering an wide selection of certified organic household staples seven days a week.

From fresh produce to freshly baked bread, ready-made meals and personal hygiene products, you’ll find everything you need at Organika.

Visit us for your weekly shop and find:

Why shop organic at our vegan and organic grocery store?

Since opening in 2007, our Organika family has been passionate about making certified organic, sustainable produce and pantry staples available to our Noosa community.

Whether you’re a long-time local or fellow visitor, you deserve to have access to delicious food that’s good for you and good for the environment.

While there are vast and varied reasons to shop organic, here’s why we’re passionate about it:

  • You don’t ingest synthetic chemicals, preservatives, additives or genetically modified ingredients
  • You enjoy fresh, local food with higher nutritional content
  • You support small Australian businesses and farmers who operate ethically and sustainably
  • You lower your environmental impact
  • You improve your health and wellbeing.

Want to learn more about our passion and purpose at Organika? Read our About Us page!

Your guide to organic and vegan grocery store shopping:

From navigating the fine print to remembering your reusable grocery bags, shopping sustainably can sometimes feel overwhelming.

So, to support our fellow Organika community, we’ve created your very own guide to shopping organic and sustainable.

These tips and tricks aim to boost your nutrition while taking the stress out of your weekly organic grocery run.

Have meals or snacks in mind

It’s always best to begin your organic grocery shop with a plan in mind. Not only will this help you easily identify what you need, but it will also prevent food waste.

In our sunny State, over half of our landfill is food waste! The best way to play your part in reducing food waste is to only buy what you need.

Before you hop to your local organic or vegan grocery store, think about:

  • What food you already have at home
  • What meals and snacks you’d like to eat during the week
  • What your household loves to eat 
  • What always seems to find its way in the bin.

When we buy more of what we love and need (and less of what we don’t!), we can eat more consciously and avoid throwing quality food away.

Bring reusable bags to help reduce single use plastic

Reusable bags help reduce the amount of plastic waste that ends up in landfills and oceans. Single-use plastic bags take hundreds of years to decompose and can harm wildlife and pollute the environment.

Reusable bags also help conserve resources such as water and oil, which are used to make plastic bags. By using reusable bags, we can reduce the demand for these resources and lower our carbon footprint.

Overall, using reusable bags is a simple yet effective way to reduce waste and help protect the planet. By making the switch to reusable bags, we can all contribute to a more sustainable future.

Read the label of your organic and vegan groceries

Some grocery stores stock a combination of organic and non-organic foods, which is why checking the label before you pop anything in your cart is crucial when you’re looking to buy organic produce.

If an item is organic, you should be able to find an organic certification logo and corresponding certification number on their packaging. This will confirm that it’s truly certified organic!

The same is true for vegan options. Always check the label to see if it has been certified vegan or whether it contains animal by-products.

When you shop at Organika, you can rest easy knowing our extensive range is certified organic, with ample vegan options. And, if you ever have a question about our suppliers, we’ll happily share any further information with you.

Choose unpackaged bulk whole foods

Buying your pantry staples and snacks in bulk is a great way to reduce your waste. Bring your own clean reusable jars, containers or bags and simply take what you need.

From wholemeal flour to trail mix and even laundry detergent, our bulk whole foods section has everything you need to stock up your home.

And, if you’re buying unpackaged whole foods for the first time, we have plenty of reusable bags and containers to choose from, too.

Buy seasonal and local grown organic fruit and vegetables 

Where you can, you should always shop local, seasonal organic fruit & vegetables. It has a higher nutritional value and doesn’t travel a crazy distance to get to your shopping cart.

Luckily, when you shop at our organic grocery store, you can select from the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables lovingly harvested from nearby farms.

If you’d like to learn more about buying seasonal, you can read all about it on our ‘Organic Fruits and Vegetables’ page.

Ask our friendly staff members for our recommendations

If you have a recipe idea but you’re not sure where to start, strike up a conversation with one of our friendly organic grocery store attendants.

They may have just the thing to bring your recipe to life, and they can point you in the direction of our customer and staff go-tos.

Get rewarded every time you shop 

If you haven’t already, sign up to our organic grocery store membership today! You will have access to exclusive perks and rewards, and we’ll keep you in the loop for any upcoming sales and specials.

Become an Organika member today!

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2/3 Gibson Rd, Noosaville QLD 4566

Mon - Fri, 7am - 6pm
Saturday, 7am - 5pm
Sunday, 7am - 4pm

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Everything you need to know about shopping organic grocery | FAQs

With more people turning to organic, it’s easy to wonder if the food at organic stores is organic.

Thankfully, certified organic products and fresh produce are easy to spot. 

The best way to find out if you’re purchasing organic is by looking for an organic certification and corresponding certification number.

In Australia, we have six organic certifying bodies, and each has tight criteria for what can be deemed organic – from the products and practices they use to the quality of their soil.

At Organika, all of the products we stock in our organic grocery store are either certified organic, biodynamic  or organically grown.

If you have any questions about the items we stock or if you’d like to learn more about spotting organic certifications, contact us today. 

No, not all organic food is non-GMO. While genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are not allowed in organic farming, there is no guarantee that all organic food is free of GMOs. Look for the Non-GMO Project Verified label if you want to avoid GMOs.

The Australian Certified Organic Standard is one of the most respected and rigorous standards in the world for organic production, and is published by organic industry not-for-profit representative group, Australian Organic.

Look for the Certified Organic label on organic products to ensure that they meet these standards. You can also research the brand or farm that produces the product to make sure they are reputable.

Eating healthy, nutrient-dense food is vital for living well and feeling good, so it makes sense to take extra care when deciding where you get your food from.

When looking for an organic grocery store to buy from, here are a few things to consider.

Do they only stock organic?

When a grocery store only stocks organic, it can take the second guessing out of buying your weekly shop. 

It also indicates that they have their own selection criteria for choosing who they stock.

At Organika, we only stock certified organic produce or  products from accredited farmers, suppliers and small businesses who align with our values. 

Want to learn more about our selection criteria? You can email us at

How fresh is their produce?

Fresh, naturally-ripened produce is always the best. Choose the grocery store that ensures their fresh fruits and vegetables are clean and free from major blemishes or bruises.

When you shop at Organika, you’ll find we have the freshest, juiciest fruits and vegetables on display for you to choose from.

What do the locals have to say about them?

Finding out what the locals think is a great way to choose which organic grocery store to shop from. 

You can read some of our Organika reviews on our homepage.

How accessible are they?

Accessibility can play a big part in choosing which organic grocery store to shop at. Look out for:

  • Their onsite parking capacity
  • How close they are to walk to
  • How easy their shop is to navigate with a pram, walker or wheelchair.

Organika is conveniently placed in the heart of Noosaville, and only a stone’s through away from Noosa’s best attractions.

Visit us today for all of your organic and vegan grocery needs.