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They all do. Look for *luomu* (organic) eggs, milk and other dairy, grains and cereals, fruit & veg, tinned food etc. Just about everything is available in mainstream supermarkets. The bigger the store, the better the selection (eg Prisma, Citymarket). But even smaller stores carry organic produce including Lidl. Ruohonjuuri is a specialist store that contains organic items that you might not find in the supermarkets (eg more obscure foodstuffs, cosmetics etc). It is harder to find organic meat but bigger supermarkets carry a limited selection. As long as you are shopping in a reasonably urban area (eg Vaasa) you won't have difficulty buying organic.