Grocery Store & Café
Blending International and Local Flavors

Bokashi offers a unique fusion of local Indonesian and international flavors at its grocery store and café. Reflecting a commitment to sustainability, the name "Bokashi" symbolizes the repurposing of organic waste to create value. By blending Indonesian ingredients with Japanese influences, Bokashi strives to provide high-quality, health-conscious offerings that honor diverse culinary traditions. Bokashi grocery store champions sustainable living with a focus on local, organic produce and goods. Their curated selection includes artisanal products and a specialized Bokashi Chef line. Emphasizing waste reduction, they promote sustainable packaging options and prioritize sourcing ingredients locally in Bali to support the community and reduce environmental impact.

Sustainability Profile • Updated May 2024 by The Punch Team

“As a business in Bali, we have a responsibility to take care of the island, it's really important that everybody does their part."



Recognizing Bali's waste management challenges, the brand strives to embed sustainability across all aspects of their operations, acknowledging the ongoing journey towards greater sustainability. The brand's main focus is waste reduction, as seen in their retail store where they promote sustainable packaging options. Customers are encouraged to use reusable jars or canvas pouches for bulk purchases, minimizing single-use plastic. Waste from organic produce is recycled into compost for their farm, reflecting their commitment to circularity.


• All takeaway packaging are made from biodegradable, organic, or reusable materials

• Sourcing locally to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

• Staff education & consumer awareness

• Using reusable plastic containers instead of single-use plastic and repurposing kitchen waste

• Providing keto, vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free choices

• Guest transportation by electric car & bike

• Obtaining seafood from sustainable, local, and ethical suppliers