Natural Grocers announces promotions for Non-GMO Month

Natural Grocers is offering deals, discounts, and more to customers during October to celebrate the company's first Non-GMO Month.
Zachary Russell
Associate Editor
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During October, natural and organic grocery chain Natural Grocers is introducing its first ever Non-GMO Month to help customers understand the world of GMO-free food. The promotion will include savings on non-GMO and organic items, free snack packs, daily deals, nutrition education and more. 

For the occasion, customers will save up to 50% on more than 30 popular products such as coffee, a variety of chocolates, chips, and snacks, including from the  Natural Grocers Brand private label brand from Oct. 14-16. The promotion coincides with the company’s Autumn Scavenger Hunt, which allows shoppers to earn reward points when buying a variety of products.

{N}power members, those signed up for the chain’s reward program, will receive one free Natural Grocers Brand non-GMO snack pack when they shop between Oct. 14-16. Members will be treated to exclusive ‘daily doorbuster’ deals on select fan-favorite products, which customers must click-to-load through their {N}power account: On Oct. 14, members will receive 10% off Natural Grocers Brand Bulk selections, which are 100% non-GMO with a wide array of organic options. On Oct. 15, members will get 10% off the store’s entire organic produce section. Finally on Oct. 16, members will receive 10% off Natural Grocers Brand products, excluding bulk and vitamins & supplements.

In addition to savings, shoppers can enter to win a $500 Natural Grocers gift card by filling out a form at their local store between Oct. 14-16. A drawing among all entries will determine the winner.

Finally, Angela Wray, Nutritional Health Coach at Natural Grocers Scottsdale, will guide the viewers through an introduction to GMOs on the Natural Grocers YouTube channel, covering what they are, why consumers should care, and the impact GMOs have on human, environmental, and economic health.