The Corner will reopen tomorrow (Friday) at 9am. See you then!
Organic apples, pears, lemons, pomegranates, cranberries, yams, sweet potatoes, russet potatoes, yellow and red onions, carrots, celery, and butternut squash… Come stock up and save BIG on these fresh, tasty holiday essentials!
We will be open for regular business hours tomorrow and Friday. The Corner will be CLOSED all day Thursday for Thanksgiving.
Cranberries, in one form or another, are a Thanksgiving staple. Here are some quick facts you may not have known about these tart tiny treats!
On Wednesday, December 3, award-winning debate series Intelligence Squared U.S. will take on the topic of “Genetically Modified Food.”
Yup, this one is a THROWBACK! Almost exactly one year ago, our beloved Pat chose to spotlight the decadent, rich, organic vegan chocolates by Sjaak’s.
You can now find them on one of our front endcaps by the register, surrounded by more of our holiday treats!
At any given time, Nature’s Corner has THREE all-natural hot soups on, right next to our colorfully-fresh organic salad bar. We’ve got classics like Chicken and Dumpling, Three-Bean Chili, Split Pea, and Broccoli Cheddar… as well as a host of others! And you can always count on at least one vegan option.
Today’s looking like a perfect soup day.
Hope to see you there
Heidi is a big fan of Eckhart Tolle’s bestselling book The Power of Now, and highly recommends the 2015 calendar as well! Each month pairs quotes of calming wisdom with spectacular nature photography, helping you to stay focused and “in the now” all year round. Makes for a great holiday gift!
Seems a little strange, right? Well these sleek cartons of water can now be found on our shelves at Nature’s Corner, and here is why:
Non-GMO Month has come to an end, but our push against GMOs persists! You’ll see more and more Non-GMO Project-verified products on our shelves day by day, conveniently and clearly labeled by with our very own Customer Empowerment Labeling system.
“Industry developed genetically engineered (GE) crops and introduced them to the market with the promise of higher crop yields, but the only things that have increased are the use of toxic herbicides and pesticides, the number of resistant weeds and bugs, contaminated crops and chemical industry profits.”