Retail and wholesale food store with a variety of fresh organic and chemical-free fruits and vegetables, has black and white organic tahini, plus a small restaurant with only four tables. Owner speaks English and can prepare dishes for vegetarians and vegans upon request. Fresh aloe vera and other juices are bottled in the store. Fresh wheatgrass juice offered. Located 2 streets east of Chaiyapoom Road, near Presiden Hotel, same building with Thai Orchard Restaurant. more-less
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First Review by msvegan
Fedep
Fedep
  • vegan
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Not that impressive...

3 Posted on 08 / 17 / 2014

I have finally found this place as I was was told that they had a vast selections of vegan cakes. Yes, they have them but are the same that they sell in most of vegan restaurants in Chiang Mai and are more expensive. You can find most of the items in Rimping, Big C and other health stores in CM at cheaper prices. Maybe is good for beans, temphe, spices and tahini though.

Pros: good selection of spices, tahini, temphe
Cons: meat, fish and dairy products, overpriced
gammonjulie
gammonjulie
  • vegetarian
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+13

This is the best Natural food store in Chiang Mai!

5 Posted on 04 / 27 / 2013

I finally made it to Baan Suan Pak, and wished I hadn't taken so long to get there. What a great health food store! They have an incredible variety of products for such a small space, I loved it. Big variety of produce, beans, I could list on and on but basically everything in the store is a gem. Very excited to have this resource in Chiang Mai, and from what I hear the owner is very committed to the health food lifestyle (as opposed to just cashing in) so her products are more likely to be authentic.

This should be your first stop in Chiang Mai for natural foods!

Pros: great variety, really well chosen products, great locally made selections
Cons: little difficult to find
RawVeganFruitarian
RawVeganFruitarian
  • fruititarian
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+39

Organic produce

4 Posted on 12 / 10 / 2012

Great organic produce at a good price. Green sticker means no chemicals/pesticides while the orange sticker means some pesticides were used. The dried bananas are amazing and only 40bht. A discount is provided if you bring your own bag.

Pros: good value

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Agenda
Agenda
  • vegetarian
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+222

Organic products

5 Posted on 11 / 08 / 2012

I buy there vegetables, tofu, noodles, beans, nuts, spices - it's not expensive, prices are fair. The owner is friendly and offers money back if you bring back glass jars, + discounts if you have your bag to put products in.

Pros: Lots of spices and nut pastes, Good prices, Discounts for bringing your bags
msvegan
msvegan
  • vegan
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+337

Overpriced on many items

2 Posted on 11 / 28 / 2011

Selection of washed and plastic bagged fruits and veggies and imported products. Not that wide a selection. I prefer to shop at the Vegetarian Center. Her Tahini is overpriced at 30 baht or more per jar/bag than Kasem store (just right down the street).

Pros: prewashed organic produce
Cons: dead flesh, dairy, over priced

 

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