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Natural Grocers To Reopen Store In Cheyenne, WY

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Natural Grocers has announced a store reopening for a newly renovated and larger space Sept. 23 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Natural Grocers’ good4u crew will host an official ribbon-cutting and donation ceremony at the new location at 1851 Dell Range Blvd. Community leaders will help welcome the community into the new store with gift card giveaways, discounts and a prize sweepstakes.

“The Cheyenne Natural Grocers good4u crew has been proud to serve the community since the original location opened in 2010, which marked Natural Grocers’ first store in Wyoming, followed by our store in Casper in 2011. We’re excited to give our Cheyenne customers more space to shop, which also means new product offerings throughout all departments,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing for Natural Grocers.

Supported by its good4u Crew, the new store is 30 percent larger and will feature a bigger product selection, particularly in produce, refrigerated items and supplements. The contemporary layout will also include a Nutrition Education Center, which is a community space for in-store classes, recipe demonstrations and guest speaker events.

The company has upgraded the new space with sustainable building features and energy-saving innovations, such as non-toxic building materials and 100 percent LED lighting, for a lighter environmental footprint.

Natural Grocers will provide access to fresh, 100 percent USDA certified organic produce, organic and natural groceries, 100 percent free-range eggs, 100 percent pasture-based dairy, 100 percent non-GMO prepackaged bulk goods, dietary supplements, body care and household essentials. Natural Grocers also prioritizes humanely sourced and sustainably raised meats.

The Cheyenne community will continue to have the support of Natural Grocers’ nutritional health coaches for their health and wellness journeys with free, one-on-one personalized nutritional health coaching sessions. Customers are invited to book a free session, which are available in person, via phone or video by visiting naturalgrocers.com/nutritional-health-coaches.

Natural Grocers has partnered with Food Bank of Wyoming since 2013 for its “Bring Your Own Bag” program. Each time a customer brings their own bag, Natural Grocers donates five cents per shopping trip to the food bank, which provides food and necessities to people in need.

“Natural Grocers has been supporting Food Bank of Wyoming since 2013,” said Jill Stillwagon, director of development for Food Bank of Wyoming. “As the statewide food bank, we serve all 23 counties through 160 hunger relief partners. It’s relationships like the one we have with Natural Grocers, plus being a part of the Feeding America network, which enables us to stretch every dollar donated into four meals.”

September is also Hunger Action Month, and the date of Natural Grocers’ relocation coincides with Hunger Action Day. Graham Brown, the development coordinator from Food Bank of Wyoming, will be onsite for the ribbon cutting ceremony and to accept a special donation of $2,500 from Natural Grocers to support Hunger Action Day and Wyoming communities facing hunger.

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