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Natural Grocers Introduces Four New Epsom Salt Bath, Foot Soaks

Lakewood, Colorado-based Natural Grocers has introduced four new scented varieties of epsom salt bath and foot soaks to the company’s house brand.

Customers looking to create a spa-like experience at home can purchase Natural Grocers brand epsom salts in four varieties: peppermint muscle soak, lavender relaxation, tea tree foot soak and eucalyptus everyday cleanse.  

“Since the beginning, Natural Grocers has been elevating the status quo for better standards rooted in the principles that support the health of humans and the planet – this includes our beauty and hygiene products. We have an expansive body care and beauty department comprised of only the highest quality ingredients,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing.

“The new epsom salt varieties are sourced from the same trusted supplier that has provided bulk epsom salt to Natural Grocers since 2016. They specialize in globally sourced, farm-direct commodities, including spices, seasonings, grain and value-added dry flavor products. Our new varieties of epsom salt bath and foot soaks use captivating essential oils, are cruelty-free and value-sized at 64-ounces to provide an affordable, relaxing bath ritual in the comfort of your home.”

The new body care additions showcase the company’s commitment to expand the Natural Grocers Brand Products line, established in 2016, which includes more than 800 products, available at Natural Grocers stores.

The four new products are made with 100 percent USP grade magnesium sulfate and essential oils and are made without phthalates, parabens, artificial colors or synthetic fragrances.

Customers can expect to see more premium-quality additions to the house brand line, including sparkling spring water in non-BPA lined aluminum bottles and three new varieties of organic mustard

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage is a specialty retailer of natural and organic groceries, body care products and dietary supplements. Products sold by Natural Grocers must meet strict quality guidelines and should not contain artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners, or partially hydrogenated or hydrogenated oils. The company sells only USDA-certified organic produce and pasture-raised, non-confinement dairy products and free-range eggs.

Natural Grocers also provides extensive free science-based nutrition education programs to help customers make informed health and nutrition choices. The company, founded in 1955, has 166 stores in 21 states.

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