Respond to Review of Earth Natural Foods
by Eugene Nyunt.
Review: There's quite a lot in this pleasantly designed and welcoming one storey store. On the occasions I've visited it seems quite popular with an array of people. The range is quite large, in particular extensive (and fragrant) loose teas and a surprising variety of oils (inc. Omega 3s); I was slightly taken aback by its considerable range of products for the baby. Of note also are the shelves set aside for Japanese vegetarian products, eg. kelp, and mochi. These aren't as wide-ranging as the Japan Centre in Piccadilly, but most places aren't either. There are also several varieties of block olive soaps - which unlike some other independent stores - compare favourably/exactly with larger chains such as Planet Organic. I'm thinking here specifically of the large olive soap block which retails for Â£2.95 at present. The store is very easy to get to, being on several bus routes; if you're travelling from further north on the 134 you'll have to alight at the Kentish Town Post office stop.