Reviews (5)

First Review by Jenna-LynnTharp

Great stock although pricey - Edit

A great vegan store, full of lots of food and bathroom products. The first place in Spain that I have found Quorn, Linda McCartney and pure peanut butter without added sugar and salt. Friendly staff. The only downside is it is a bit pricey but I think that is to be expected.

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Great vegan shop - Edit

It is a very complete vegan store. Not very fancy but very convenient and good prices

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Great Little Shop With Lots Of Potential - Edit

For a country like Spain, where torturing defenseless animals to death for a few brief moments of banal enjoyment is part of the national identity, this kind of shops should be applauded, praised and stimulated by those who know better.

Complaining that it does not sell as many items as a giant supermarket chain is bit senseless and totally undeserved in this case. The lady who helped me was a real source of info on vegan restaurants in Valencia and she also runs an animal rights ngo.

I loved the shop, I got everything for a scrumptious meal, plus juicy ripe organic tomatoes that are just do die for! 5 stars!!

Pros: Complete, With Warm Attention

Cons: None

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Fantastic - Edit

I make my shopping on a regular basis in Gaia Vegana and I just can say it's a unique shop in Valencia. They have a really big range of vegan products (delightful Fry's, Redwood and others) and even ice-creams that I have not found in the typical organic stores. It's such a relief that you don't have to read the ingredient list in every single product because you can be sure everything is vegan (except for Quorn products, I think they contain milk). Prices are reasonable, I don't agree with the previous review about prices etc, since many products like typical organic food, cosmetics, fresh vegetables... are even cheaper than elsewhere in Valencia. Furthermore: I accumulate points for my shoppings in my customer account and get discounts later, and they are constantly making good offers. They are really friendly and give you all the info you need about products, diets, even recipes, and the owner can speak English! I think this kind of shops are worth our support to exist, they also work for Fair Trade, it's a very consistent philosophy.

Pros: wide range of vegan products, good offers and discounts, very friendly staff

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Disappointed - Edit

We recently moved to Valencia from Madrid and were excited to hear they had a vegetarian grocery. Unfortunatly when we went there the shelves were practically bare. They did not have many products for sale and the prices were quite high. Guess we will be mail ordering our fave things from Madrid.

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