After going to the organic farmers market we passed through the mega mall on our way to the bus back home and discovered this large food supermarket and wanted to check out they organic options as we didn’t get everything we needed at the farmers’ market.
Organic fruit at the Yata Supermarket
The fruit display is beautiful, but only a few fruits are actually certified organic, let’s see which ones are.
Banans are certified organic and 17 HKD (1.90€/$2.17) for 3 bananas.
Here we have an overview of the biggest organic fridge in the store. There are some organic fruit, but mainly organic greens and organic veggies.
Organic papaya is around 50 HKD (5.60€/$6.38) for a kg, one fruit is about 1 kg. There are also organic limes, organic ginger, organic cucumbers, organic peas, organic baby corn and asparagus.
Organic greens at the Yata Supermarket
Organic greens and organic romaine hearts are around 60 HKD (~6€/$8).
Organic bell peppers are around 30 HKD for 2 pieces (~3€/$4).
Organic veggies at the Yata Supermarket
Here is another partially organic display in the middle of the store. There is organic pumpkin, organic greens, organic red and white cabbage, and couple of other veggies I captured in following pics better.
Organic broccoli is around 35 HKD depending on the weight.
Orgnaic nappa cabbage is 25-35 HKD.
Organic burdock, whatever this is.
Durian at the Yata Supermarket
Durian is not organic, they just cut it open and I could take a look at the stems, there was no visible ripening agent on it. Doen’t mean the durians are not treated but ok for me as an exception, we bought one piece on Vietnam durian, the Malaysian was too expensive we found
Organic seeds, grains, and beans at the Yata Supermarket
Let’s move on to the dried goods. I couldn’t spot any canned goods such as organic beans, lentils, or tomatoes here.
Organic oatmeal at the Yata Supermarket
Another organic oatmeal.
Organic vegan milks at the Yata Supermarket
Organic rice milk and other plant milks, even rice chocolate milk.