Hello Winooski! Commodities Natural Market opens at 66 Winooski Falls Way in the Keen’s Crossing building December 12, 2016 making this the 3rd location for the highly-rated and beloved local natural food store.
The follow-up to their Stowe location, Audra and Michael were eager to open in Winooski which bears similarity to the East Village where Commodities Natural Market first opened in 1993. It’s easy to draw comparisons between the East Village and Winooski although we’ve also heard the term “The Brooklyn of Vermont!” Everything that makes Winooski so special and unique is also what makes Commodities Natural Market a super fit for the community as it too goes through its own evolution cycle.
We are your neighborhood grocer and provide one-stop shopping with great prices, huge selection and an incredibly knowledgeable and helpful staff.
The store features fresh produce that’s predominantly organic or local, carefully-selected groceries, gourmet and specialty foods, local cheeses and other dairy products, freshly-baked breads delivered daily, a gigantic selection of bulk items, grab and go items, natural health and beauty aids, minimally processed wine & beer & cider. In Winooski, you’ll also find morning pastries, a hot-and-cold bar for grab & go lunches, lots of local kombuchas on tap and a lot more! This is our largest store and we’re thrilled to fill it with goodness!
This is the third Commodities Natural Market.
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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.