This spot takes us back to the days in which people didn’t necessarily combine their grocery shopping with piles of (plastic) bags and loads of wrapping material that comes along naturally with foraging nowadays.
At Lunzers you can try a less-packaging (which later only becomes garbage) approach. How it works: Bring your own receptacle, preferably glass jars or textile bags and get going! The vessels you bring will be weighed at the counter so you won’t be charged its weight in the end. If you’re spontaneously stopping by and therefore didn’t bring your own packaging, no problem! You can alternatively buy glass recipients and really stylish homemade textile bags right in the shop.
The goods: a collection of organic oils and vinegars which you can tear from metallic vessels – which might make you feel slightly like an alchemist- going on: grains, nuts, spices, herbs and teas which you’ll simply take out of Muesli-containers and Weck-Jars, and a fine selection of nearby produced pestos and salsa – you can also find Dazu’s products here, just as well as the bred-from-coffee-grounds mushrooms by the Viennese start-up Hut und Stiel.
Also, there is a daily lunch offer for the ones that feel like sticking around for a while. The meals, just as the rest of the goods sold here, are all organic, partly obtained from local farmers. Feel your hipster beard tingle already? You might want to pay this one a visit, shopping here feels quite rewarding!