Biocasa sells the usual treats and ingredients you’d expect to find in a health food shop in Spain: herbal teas, pastas, rices, a small range of fresh fruit and vegetables, different oils and vinegars, nut butters, locally produced honeys, jams, spreads, cheeses, fresh bread, olives, baby foods etc.
Biocasa is well stocked with a good range of products. They specialise in gluten free products for celiac sufferers; products for vegetarian and vegan diets; cruelty and chemical-free natural cosmetics and natural supplements, vitamins and nutritional aids.
If you are looking for specialist flours for baking; oriental ingredients such as Asian oils, condiments, noodles, rices, vinegars, misos and soya sauces; a good range of gluten free products such as cookies, cakes, crackers, breads, cereal and muesli – then Biocasa is worth a visit.
The service is friendly and the staff seems to be knowledgeable and very eager to help you find what you need and will even order items in (if they can source them) should you have some strange requests.
I found items like organic bread, organic Tibetan goji berries, coconut oil, tofu crème, apple cider vinegar and sugar-free cookies at Biocasa.
The range of supplements is impressive with some well-known brands to choose from.
Despite having only one vegetarian restaurant (Vegitalia) Fuengirola is particularly well equipped with organic shops and herboristerias. You might also want to try Bionatura Ekotienda, Naturalis, Nutrisalud, Polen or two herberisterias in the main covered market (near the Renfe): Dapocris and Herboristeria Mercado.
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