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Natural Grocers To Celebrate Store Relocation Aug. 8 In Beaverton, OR

Natural Grocers' flyer for its store reopening in Beaverton, Oregon.

Natural Grocers will relocate its Beaverton, Oregon, store to a renovated, larger space on Aug. 8.

The retailer will host a ribbon cutting and food bank donation ceremony in front of the new Beaverton location at 3805 SW 117th Ave. Natural Grocers Crew will welcome the community with gift card giveaways, discounts and prize sweepstakes.

The current Natural Grocers Beaverton store, located one block away at 12155 SW Broadway St., will close at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 5 to complete the relocation process.

Natural Grocers' flyer for its store reopening in Beaverton, Oregon.

This move follows a similar relocation that Natural Grocers completed earlier this year in Amarillo, Texas.

“Natural Grocers has been proud to serve the community of Beaverton since the original location opened almost 10 years ago to the day in 2013. We now have 14 stores in Oregon and want to make sure each location provides the best possible shopping experience for our customers. This move gives our customers more space to shop, which also means new product offerings throughout store, particularly in our produce and refrigerated/frozen departments,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing for Natural Grocers.

“We’re also honored to have Marissa Gray, a representative of Oregon Food Bank, join us for our opening ceremonies to help us raise awareness towards ending hunger. We invite everyone to visit our new store, join in the fun and discover what makes the new Beaverton store and the Natural Grocers shopping experience exceptional.”

Grand reopening events

Events and discounts beginning Aug. 8 include:

  • Aug. 8 – The first 150 customers in line will receive a mystery Natural Grocers gift card with amounts between $5-$500.
  • Aug. 9 – The first 50 customers in line will receive a set of four heavy-duty reusable bags, including an insulated cooler bag.
  •  Aug. 10 – The first 500 shoppers will receive a hand-crafted Natural Grocers Ecuadorian drawstring backpack bag made of alpaca wool. Each pack item is the result of a collaboration Natural Grocers has with a group of indigenous artisans in Peguche, Ecuador.
  • Aug. 8-22 – Shoppers will have the chance to win prizes, such as an Aventon e-bike and a $500 Natural Grocers gift card. Entry forms will be available at the store.
  • Aug. 8-31 – Customers will enjoy additional discounts of up to 50 percent off Natural Grocers’ prices in every department.

What’s new?

Supported by its good4u Crew, the new store will be larger and will feature a larger product selection. The contemporary layout will also include a Nutrition Education Center, which is a community space for in-store classes, recipe demonstrations and nutrition education courses.

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

Oregon Food Bank Partnership

Natural Grocers has partnered with the Oregon Food Bank throughout the state for almost a decade, with its Bring Your Own Bag” program. This community outreach will extend to the new Beaverton location. Each time a customer brings their own shopping bag, Natural Grocers will donate five cents per shopping trip to OFB, which provides food and necessities to people in need across the state.

“Natural Grocers has been a longtime partner of Oregon Food Bank, and we are thrilled to be a part of the Beaverton opening,” said Marissa Gray, an OFB representative. 

“Natural Grocers believes in our mission, that no one should be hungry. Their commitment over the years, and this donation today, continues to fuel our work; from distributing food across the state donated directly by their stores through food waste rescue programs, to financial support benefitting the breadth of OFB programs and root cause work. Together, we are feeding people now and looking ahead at addressing factors that we know perpetuate hunger.”

Natural Grocers will make a special $2,500 donation to OFB at the opening ceremonies to honor this relationship and help nourish surrounding communities.

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