4 Reviews

First Review by orchid53

Best in town - Edit

This is THE place to go if you are looking for vegan-friendly/organic/health groceries. I can understand the high prices since pretty much everything is imported. They got a decent selection of gluten-free flours and spices from several different brands, which are not easy to come by in HK. They also got some specialty breads and Rice Dream ice creams in the freezer section. Hope they will carry Coconut Bliss someday. I was so happy that I finally found black beans (the kind commonly used in Hispanic cooking) here since I've been looking for them high and low and, annoyingly, the ones that all the other shops sell are black soybeans. The free delivery service (for purchases upwards of HKD500) definitely comes in handy when you have a cart loaded with beans and flours!

Pros: selection, delivery service

Cons: pricey

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Wide selection - Edit


Their target market is 'the super rich'!

Very wide selection of products.

You can find hundreds of 'animal-free' products there.

The delivery service is very efficient if you are buying in quantity.

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Very convenient - Edit

Many fabulous products.

They support "Organic" growers & "Fair Trade" strongly.

Great selection of chocolates.

High prices but they are paying a criplingly high rent & their "local's" are extremely wealthy - just outside you have "De Beers" diamond showroom so imagine how much money is in that part of town.

I visit only rarely as it saddens me to see all of the animal corpses / torture products.

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expensive - Edit

This is HK's Whole Foods, but it's even more expensive since a lot of food items are imported. That said, they have a good selection of organic produce clearly labeled with its place of origin. The produce is of good quality. Decent wine selection. Has some vitamins, natural hair care products, etc. I don't eat many processed foods so it's easier for me to find food here than it is at a local store, though a lot of the cheaper grocery stores have some organic produce but not as much as ThreeSixty. There is a larger selection of vegan foods and snacks than other stores. They have biodegradable bags if you don't want to buy reusable ones (tho the one's here are ridiculously expensive! I'd get one at Taste/Park'n'shop).

Pros: organic produce, imported items, environmentally focused

Cons: expensive

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