Commodities Natural Market opened in 1993 in it’s present location in the East Village. The neighborhood has seen some dramatic changes over the past 25 years and we’ve loved growing with it! We’ve watched many of our customers grow up from twenty-something hipsters to, well, older hipsters! We personally lived in the neighborhood for nearly two decades and really, it’s our favorite place to be in New York City. East Village, we love you!
Michael Hughes opened Commodities Natural Market in the East Village neighborhood in New York City in 1993. The store is one of the highest-rated independently-owned natural food stores in the New York area, according to Zagat Survey, New York Magazine, The Village Voice and The New York Times.
Commodities Natural Market is one of the highest-regarded independently-owned natural food stores in the Northeast and features organically-grown produce, groceries, macrobiotic staples, specialty items, bulk foods, pet foods and health & beauty aids. In addition, the store also features a wide selection of natural remedies, vitamins and herbs. In addition, Commodities Natural Market strives to feature local products, small batch freshly-roasted coffees and fresh-pressed organic juices. Lastly, Commodities Natural Market carries a wide selection of environmentally–friendly household cleaning and paper products.
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Commodities Natural Market is committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, and the community in which we conduct our business. It is our policy to seek continual improvement throughout our business operations to lessen our impact on the local and global environment by conserving energy, water and other natural resources; reducing waste generation; recycling and; reducing our use of toxic materials. We are committed to environmental excellence and pollution prevention, meeting or exceeding all environmental regulatory requirements, and to purchasing products which have greater recycled content with lower toxicity and packaging, that reduce the use of natural resources.