GAIA blossomed from a dream to provide you with a more natural approach to eating & preparing food,
a closer relationship with Mother Earth.Our food aims to please the taste buds and, most importantly, to nourish the whole body, mind and spirit.
We sell a variety of products in our shop.
We also like to support community-based livelihood and small industries.
There’s home-made sugar-free peanut butter, roasted peanuts, ground coffee or whole coffee beans, instant rice tea, and other local food products.
Our back-loom woven items are from different areas in the Cordillera region.
We make available a few publications on Igorot culture, history and people that are mostly independently published.
We also sell ointments and rubs made from ginger, mint, chili and other herbs. Our dishwashing soap for sale is plant-based (made from kamias) and all natural.
But we aren’t limited to just these.
You might even find something from Thailand or Kenya or some place abroad.
Visit our shop & see what we have for you here.
JOSEPH DOMOGO LIBRARY
Here at GAIA, you may also nourish your mind.
We have a small but meaningful collection of books and magazines that you may read for free. You may even spend the whole day here and be in the company of our reading materials.
This library is a tribute to my late father, who taught me to love books and to enjoy reading. In starting this small collection of books, I want to encourage reading and to celebrate the worlds we find in books.
Most of the books here are mine, collected from years of searching shops for books to befriend. Some of the books have been donated by relatives and friends.