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And that’s exactly what Gary Erickson did when he was poised in 2000 to sell a company he co-founded with just $1000 to Quaker Oats for $120M. He took a deep breath and just let go…of the deal, of a friendship, and embraced his personal epiphany to st... read more

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The kids are heading back to school so you don’t want to skimp on “brain power.” In fact, brain health needs to start way before your child starts school. Children need Omega 3 essential fatty acids just as much, if not more than adults. The right b... read more

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GreenAcres carries a wide variety of natural pain medications. One of our more popular homeopathic pain relievers is packaged under the name Kingbio. Dr. Frank King, a naturopathic chiropractor started formulating his own medicines shortly after he opened... read more

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For years, tea was the beverage of choice for thirsty Colonists who farmed the land and haggled with merchants over price and supply. Then came 1773, and the great revolt and boycott almost immediately shut down the tea industry. The Colonists had it up t... read more

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From time to time, we like to remind our customers what GreenAcres is all about. We’re a family-owned chain that is making a difference in the lives and health of our customers. We’re in the business of getting healthy ourselves and staying that way t... read more

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If you’ve had the deli staff make you a fruit smoothie at GreenAcres Market, chances are you’ve had a coconut milk shake and didn’t know it. On the other hand, Silk coconut and almond milks are so popular at our stores, you’ve probably been introd... read more

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GreenAcres is partnering with Tanganyika Park this year to bring runners, food and families to its annual Meritrust Tiger Trot Race on Sunday, Sept. 7. We want you all involved! To get things off and running (pardon the pun), we’re offering Facebook fan... read more

Wednesday, July 30th, the GreenAcres Market store at Normandie Shopping Center will be taking down the iconic bright yellow “Whole Foods” sign that has dominated the East side of the development for more than 30 years to install a new GreenAcres Marke... read more