$12 for $25 Worth of Groceries and Household Goods at For Goodness Sake Natural Food Store in New Braunfels

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  • All-natural produce & groceries
  • Supplements & natural beauty products
  • In-store organic juice bar

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Expires Dec 14th, 2011. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Healthy living, like catching a really fast pig, requires balance, discipline, and a lack of grease. Move toward a healthier existence with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of natural groceries and household goods at For Goodness Sake Natural Food Store in New Braunfels.

For Goodness Sake helps patrons to maintain healthy lifestyles by stocking its shelves with a wide selection of organic and naturally composed groceries, supplements, and household goods. Chino Valley organic eggs ($3.99/dozen) make healthy omelets, environmentally friendly soufflés, and forgivable Halloween pranks. Customers stuff shopping sacks with organic bulk coffee ($7.20/lb.) and bolster vegetarian meals with Garden of Life raw protein ($39.95). Health supplements such as omega-3 fish-oil capsules ($26.95/120) and bone-strength tablets ($39.95) can fortify the physique without clunky adamantium-skeleton transplants. The store also scents summertime revelry with all-natural beauty products including body butter, shower gels, and fragrant lotions.

The juice bar inside For Goodness Sake squeezes fresh, organic fruits and vegetables into delicious potables for patrons or juice-powered time machines. As they sip their juice concoctions, visitors can engage with the store's friendly staff to inquire about the features and benefits of any product.

For Goodness Sake Natural Food Store

Beverly Crock and her daughters, Lauren and Shannon, are the family behind For Goodness Sake Natural Food Store. They stock familiar items such as bacon, as well as lesser-known products such as bioflavonoids—plant compounds believed to improve the skin's appearance. But if visitors aren't familiar with such items, it's not a problem. “We educate people,” Shannon explained to The NB Scene. “That comes naturally to me because I grew up this way and it is my lifestyle as well.”

Although the store's representatives happily guide patrons through their inventory, many of the store's products need no introduction. Rainbow-hued carrots and crisp sugar-snap peas beckon from their perches, and organic eggs come from Vital Farms, where chickens roam in pastures and take European vacations whenever they want. Additionally, at the juice bar patrons sip on nectars squeezed from the store’s organic produce.

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