Where to Buy Natural, Organic and Health Food in Singapore

When we first knew about Bubbles' intolerance to certain foods, dealing with it was like having to learn a new language. Having to cut out gluten, chicken, eggs and milk, most of our meal staples had to be eliminated. I went on a mini rampage, seeking out resources and looking for places to buy suitable food. I was familiar with some of the usual places to get organic food, but needed more information about specialized items. I scanned magazines, websites and forums, kept my eyes peeled whenever we were out shopping, and made mental notes about where to get what.

Below is a list of shops in Singapore where you can purchase health and natural products for various dietary needs. It includes both online websites and brick and mortar shops (many have both options!). Products you can buy include organic foods, quality meats, foods made from healthier, more natural sources, and foods free from dairy, gluten, eggs, or other common allergenic ingredients. Although this list is primarily about food, I included a small category on home and beauty products for now.

I hope some of you will find this list useful! Although I have not bought from all of these places, they do come recommended, and I hope to update and refine this list over time. If you have any shops to recommend, do drop me an email!


If you are looking for a certain product, I always recommend first checking out NTUC Finest or Cold Storage Supermarkets. They are big chains that carry a large variety of food, including dedicated segments for natural, organic and health foods. If you rather not make a trip down, you could search their online stores (limited products) or give them a call. My personal favourite outlets are NTUC Finest at Bukit Timah Plaza, and Cold Storage at Great World City.

Another popular source to purchase natural products is iHerb.com. While this is not a Singapore-based website, many of the prices are lower than what you can find in Singapore, even with regular shipping costs. This is a to-go site for many people I know. 

Dried Goods, Supplements, Oils, Sauces, Dairy


Meats and Seafood

Vegetables and Fruits

Home and Beauty

19 comments:

imp said...

I love how these options mushroomed over the last 8 years. When I was a kid, my caregivers had to buy everything from overseas. I'm thrilled with all these olaces now. Frequent all of them. :)

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

imp:
Yes indeed! Mushrooming is the word for it. I'm learning about new places every other month!

Anonymous said...

Hi! Great post! I've been looking for a list like this for ages! :D Thanks for doing the legwork for all of us who are new to healthy eating. Might I suggest doing a post on organic/healthy/all-natural restaurants next? ^_^ Thank you!

mummy wee said...

Thanks for compiling this list!

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

Anonymous:
I'm glad this list is useful to you! You have read my mind, I've begun drafting a post on where to eat. Look out for it!

mummy wee:
You're welcome! Happy to share the information I've learned.

Anonymous said...

Great post! Thank you!! Love the variety of shops!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this about organic products.Now its easy for me to complete my search for organic products in Singapore.I am also running online Natural Organic Food products retail business.
http://www.apnoubazaar.com

H T said...

Just curious, why are you a dollop?

HappyFace said...

U can also visit our shop, That Health Shop@Arcade, 11 Collyer Quay, Unit 0305 The Arcade (Raffles Place), Singapore 049317, tel 97331850/91599549 & That Health Shop@50 East Coast Road, Unit 02-111, Roxy Square 2 (next to Mercure Roxy Hotel, Singapore 428769, tel 85187188.

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Annie Teo said...

Go to shop www.greennatural.com.sg

Organic, Natural, Healthier products, vegetarian foodstuffs

推广有机与素食食品,天然与建康食品

Please Visit us at @
Green Natural
416 Bedok North Ave 2 #01-35 Singapore 460416 

营业时间:
10.30am to 8.00pm ( Tue to Sun )
Closed on ( Monday )

Bus 18 and 225W ( 1Bus Stop from Bedok Bus Interchange )
Tel : 68761608

suresh said...

YOu can visit at
www.himalayanpremiumfoods.com
For organic vegetable ,foods and many more.
Located at :-
#4-27 peninsula shopping center
3-coleman street
Singapore-179804

HImalayan Premium Foods said...

www.himalayanpremiumfoods.com
For organic vegetable ,foods and many more.All the fresh vegetables are directly from Nepal ( From mountain )
Located at :-
#4-27 peninsula shopping center
3-coleman street
Singapore-179804

Piercing said...

That's a good resource for people who need organic foods. Shared on Facebook.

Anonymous said...

Good sharing, about organic food supplement I do recommend for Melilea Greenfield Organic. It made from more than 20 types of 5-star "Zero-Pollution" ingredients including organic golden grains, organic vegetables, organic fruits and organic herbs. Suitable for all ages and conditions. Read more at:
http://kidbuxblog.com/melilea-greenfield-organic/

Sathish Mrb said...

Hi, Great post. I like the way of your writing. After reading this blog, I am planning to start taking organic foods. Let me know how to find difference between organic and conventional foods. Thanks for sharing useful information. Keep blogging.

Sathish from <a href="https://www.myrightbuy.com/" title="Online Organic Store Chennai>Online Organic Store Chennai</a>

Anonymous said...

Interesting to see how the organic food market grew over the decade. Eating organic food is probably the best bet for your health, on top of regular exercise.

Not sure if you've heard of Lifewinners Organic & Fine Foods, which you can add to your list. Been buying their organic food in Singapore like their coconut oil and dr gram himalayan rock salt. Quality is pretty good.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the article! I would like to share some nice organic wines as well from this shop. Red wines (Ogier) and some of the Rose as well. Worth trying: https://www.wineandchill.sg/

Charlie Rob said...

The review sounds wonderful!, I am a food lover and I am sure I will enjoy the food. Love the photos and the post :)