Ever since it was discovered on the moon’s surface, organic food has supplanted "things wrapped in fried dough" as the preferred food of healthy eaters and discriminating garbage-scavenging animals. See what all the fuss is about with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $35 worth of natural and organic groceries at Right by Nature, located in the Strip District. This Groupon is valid in-store and at the café only, and cannot be used toward home-delivery service or catering.
Right By Nature specializes in supplying affordable natural and organic foods in a neighborhood-market environment, and provides the small sector of the population that still requires food with a diverse, affordable selection of organic and everyday products. An array of organic options descends upon the shelves, including Amy's Organic canned soups ($2.89–$3.39), La Prima coffee blends ($11.99), and Bob's Red Mill carb products ($2.99–$10.39). The in-house bakery churns out homemade dentist depressants such as the banana-chocolate-chip bread ($3.25) and a homemade oatmeal-walnut cookie sandwich with buttercream (three for $5.99). The clean, well-kept store also stocks a variety of prepared foods for the cooking-impaired, such as hand-tossed pizzas, fresh sushi, and other fully cooked entrees and sides. Check out the weekly specials to see what's hot, cold, or fresh this week.
Inside the roughly 15,000 square feet of boutique space, shoppers can discover a number of edible offerings distributed among the shelves, the bakery, the salad bar, and the meat counter. Each section is pleasantly plump with local and organic items, but the store also carries a variety of more conventional staples. A recent partnership with GoodApples.com has massively increased the store's inventory, making it a one-stop shop for everything from Heinz ketchup to 100% organic, extra-spicy witches brew.
- A side dish of kale and spinach provided a healthful dose of iron -- unlike the liquid sort that is followed by "City." – Munch, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- I like that they've started putting locations of origin on all of their produce tags so you know exactly where your fruit and veggies come from! – Jake Zigler, Urbanspoon
- Great butcher shop! The Beef, chicken sausage all wonderful. – drums45, Urbanspoon