Entirely macrobiotic and Italian-sourced are the key principles of this tiny shop. Here you’ll find a selection of organic fruits and vegetables, dry goods such as rice and artisanal pastas, Japanese ingredients like miso and umeboshi (pickled plum) and sustainably sourced fish like sardines and tuna.
Not to be missed are their specialty snacks: cookies, taragli, and crackers, which are often available in travel-sized packets. There is also an impressive bakery display, including ancient-grain breads, vegan pizza (my personal favorite), and quite a few sweets as well, including their namesake pastry, pane ramerino (a sweet bread with raisins and a touch of rosemary).
Furthermore, there’s a skincare section and a collection of organic cotton and hemp intimate wear. Lastly, the organic wines and artisanal beers are great and worth exploring. Almost everyone who shops here is a local, which gives the place a feeling of an older alimentari (market). This definitely makes the experience of shopping feel like a wonderfully social endeavor and not like a task!