Organic food delivery in Montevideo and Punta del Este
Looking for healthy options during Coronavirus quarantine? These are our recommended options for organic produce in the Montevideo and Punta del Este regions:
? Tribu Montevideo – cook at home using organic food baskets directly from their farm in Minas. Delivery within Montevideo. More info about products and costs and order via WhatsApp from Oscar & Nico at +598 98 769 250
Find out more about Tribu here
? Salón No. 3 – this La Barra restaurant has pivoted to selling organic food baskets from their own kitchen garden and produce from the providers they have sourced for their restaurant (pre-Corona) as well as a few homemade treats. As an example, one of their baskets went out with produce from culinary artists such as Pablo Artigas from Mieles del Este (honey producer) and Aurelien Bondoux (well-known French-Uruguay chef). Delivery from Punta Ballena to Jose Ignacio. For more information contact Paola via WhatsApp +598 97 106 648
Find out more about Salón No. 3 here
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