Nourish & Flourish Organics is a locally owned organic health food shop, cafe and smoothie bar located in Morley, Perth WA.We have a range of products including; fresh produce, bulk food, groceries, frozen goods, kitchen and cleaning products, health and beauty, and a cafe.
MORE THAN A HEALTH SHOP
Our mission is simply to provide quality, organically sourced produce and products to you.
To ensure this, we hand pick each and every one of the products in store so you know you are buying locally sourced, and ethically made products at Nourish & Flourish.
Organic, locally and ethically sourced.
We use BioBean coffee in store, a family owned business that ''roasts only Single Origin, Certified Organic, Certified Fairtrade coffee''.
Juice & Smoothie Bar
Fresh pressed juices & wholesome smoothies to fuel your body. We have a range of smoothies on offer and also a 'build your own' juice menu.
Fresh, Organic Produce
Local & organic, better tasting & better for you.
At Nourish & Flourish Organics, we stock only certified organic, and organic produce. You won't find any sprays or pesticides used here.
Low waste staples, snacks, and baking goods.
We have a large range of bulk buy foods, including all kinds of flours, meals, fruits, nuts, beans, legumes and more.
Household Items & Groceries
We stock every household, pantry, and cleaning items.
Health & Beauty
You can also find many certified organic beauty and health products including; soaps, make-up, toiletries, dental care, cleansers, personal hygiene and baby products.
Can't find what you're looking for? Let us know so we can check if we can custom order it in for you.
New In Store
- ACAI BOWLS -
Acai berries are small round fruits that grow on acai palm trees in the rainforests of Central and South America. They have a dark purple skin and yellow flesh surrounding a large seed.
Because they contain pits like apricots and olives, they're technically not a berry, but rather a drupe. Nevertheless, they're commonly referred to as berries.
In the Amazon rainforest, acai berries frequently accompany meals. To make them edible, they are soaked to soften the tough outer skin and then mashed to form a dark purple paste.
They have an earthy taste that's often described as a cross between blackberries and unsweetened chocolate.
Fresh acai berries have a short shelf life and aren't available outside of where they are grown. As an export, they are sold as a frozen fruit purée, dried powder or pressed juice.
Acai berries are also sometimes used to flavour food products, including jelly beans and ice cream, while some non-food items like body creams contain acai oil.