This should be pretty easy
You can find me at a grocery store, Or a part of Chinese philosophy, Either way, you wind up with the same pronunciation
What are the two words?
In line one, the item is a dairy product
Could the answer be
cheese and qis?
This could work because
cheese is a dairy product and qi means life force for Chinese philosophy (qis is the plural form).
The answer could be
You can find me in a romance movie
When Harry Met Sally
Or believe in middle east philosophy
A first guess would be:
Profit and Prophet; since a romance movie can generate profits, and a prophet believes in philosophy.
I think I'll take another swing if this isn't it.
My guess is:
SEEK - as in the search for true love
SIKH - follower of Sikhism
New guess after edited question:
DOW - Dow Chemical produces packaging for many consumer packaged goods found in grocery stores
DAO or DAOISM (Tao or Taoism) - Chinese philosophy
I have 2 things in mind, but I'm not sure of either
Fete and fate
Him and hymn
dao / dow
dao/ tao ("the path")
is a principle of Eastern philosophy, and
can be found in grocery stores.