Category Archives: Local Food Economy

Your Local Source for Holiday Shopping

 Visit Mountain Naturals Community Market for your holiday menu ingredients.  Our produce department is well stocked with organic fruit and vegetables.  We have several varieties of apples from the Austin Family Farm in Paonia.  All the produce you need for … Continue reading

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OMGoodness Food Truck Returns

Bob and Tara return to Mountain Naturals May 15 with their OMGoodness Food Truck. They plan to offer organic, delicious food 10am-2pm on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. “We choose organic ingredients that are free of any GMO’s, antibiotics, chemicals, growth … Continue reading

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Locally Grown Fresh Lettuce

This butterhead lettuce is delicious and was grown free of pesticides and chemicals on a farm at the north edge of Colorado Springs. This lettuce is alive. Take it home, add water and harvest fresh leaves as needed.

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Local Food Celebration September 19th

Mountain Natural Community Market is celebrating Local Food Week at our store September 19th • Growing vegetables and nursery stock • Dancing Feet Farm, Hillbilly Farms CSA, Paradise Gardens, Sunflower’s Garden and The Harvest Center • Local food producers and … Continue reading

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Food Truck Sighting!

Last Friday, Bob and Tara brought their mobile kitchen to Mountain Naturals Community Market for an afternoon of offering samples of their gluten-free, organic foods.  There is a strong likelihood of their return May 19 May 20.  Drop by and extend a … Continue reading

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High Quality Veggie & Herb Starts by “The Plant Lady”

  Spring is happening in the traditional Colorado way — unpredictable, variable weather. One thing you can count on is that Karen “Plant Lady” Anderson sells high quality plants.  She is bringing a collection of veggies & herbs to Mountain … Continue reading

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Fresh Salsas from Wally’s Tamales

We are now offering a special version of the very popular fresh salsas by Woodland Park resident Mike Waller. Recognizing consumer preference trends, Mike is transitioning some of his products to non-GMO and naturally grown while supporting the local food … Continue reading

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Observance of Non-GMO Month

  The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit multi-stakeholder collaboration committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. Our shared belief is that everyone deserves an informed choice about whether or not to … Continue reading

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Celebrate Local Food

Mountain Natural Community Market joins Colorado’s Front Range in celebrating Local Food Week. We invite you to join the fun 10am-4pm. * Growing vegetables and nursery stock Better Health Farm, Dancing Feet, Paradise Gardens, Sunflowers Garden,      and Sunset … Continue reading

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Colorado Fruit & Veggies Take Center Stage

 Mountain Naturals Community Market is pleased to announce the 2014 shift toward fruits and vegetables grown in Colorado.  Pictured above are zucchini from Austin Family Farm, green kale from Full Circle Farms, peaches from Austin’s, and mixed salad greens from … Continue reading

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