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What You'll Get
Organic foods are cultivated without the harmful use of unnatural pesticides and supernatural beanstalk fertilizers. Sample healthy terrestrial fare with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of natural and organic groceries at Nature’s Pavilion Natural Food Market in Pompton Plains.
Nature's Pavilion has inspired healthful hankerings since 1961 with a cornucopia of nutritious organic and vegan foodstuffs as well as natural health and body care products. Stock up on by-the-pound breakfast fodder such as the organic raisin-bran cereal ($0.79/oz.) for a heart-healthy breakfast undisturbed by nosy toucans. Herbivores and omnivores have ample access to ground-grown goodies such as Eden canned organic black beans ($2.59) and Woodstock Farms whole pod edamame ($9.99), as well as earth-derived vegan delicacies such as Dr. Praeger's italian veggie burger ($5.09) and carrots made from real carrots. Customers who prefer their meals meaty yet ethical quell hunger with Organic Valley boneless chicken breasts ($12.99/lb.) and Boves of Vermont organic meatballs ($9.99/lb.).
Gluten-free options allow celiac-afflicted patrons to gorge on pizzas and pastries or finally eat their macaroni sculptures. Chat up Nature’s Pavilion's friendly, knowledgeable staff to ask about the shop's selection of homeopathic remedies and natural soaps and shampoos.
Five Insider Pages reviewers give Nature's Pavilion a four-star average:
- This store has so much great stuff in it - the vitamin and supplement aisles are enormous and stuffed with everything you could ever want. The fruit and vegetables always seem to be good quality. – Anna V.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nature's Pavilion
Back in 1961, when it was known as Colonial Health, Nature's Pavilion was way ahead of its time. The store helped blaze the trail for yesterday's health nuts, who would sure enough turn into the trendsetters of today. All of this is even more impressive considering the store has always stuck to the same mission, curating an inventory of groceries, supplements, and accessories designed to keep bodies healthy and happy. But Nature's Pavilion is more than just a retailer. The store is also a place where customers can seek out information during frequent seminars on subjects such as gluten-free eating and cooking without candy.