5 Grain Eggs is owned and operated by Rick and Joel Mans, out of Nobleford, Alberta (about 2 hrs south of Calgary).
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At Community Natural Foods we believe every day is Earth Day. We are trailblazers in our industry and do our very best to lead by example when it comes to sustainability.
At Community Natural Foods, in collaboration with our customers, we celebrate Earth Day Every Day
At this time of year, we often see people focusing on their weight, health and life achievements. While all of these are great goals to work on, there’s one component that is often missed in people’s resolutions, and that is the focus on our environment! Here are 5 ways you can make a change for the good of our environment this year, and still feel good about yourself too!
Community Natural Foods is a company that has seen a lot of change. Our 40 year history in the health food industry has been remarkable.
As a Calgary owned & operated small business, Community Natural Foods is committed to giving back to all of our communities.
Boost your energy with these simple ingredients.
Community Natural Foods is a pioneer in bringing quality natural and organic products to Canadians. The foundation for their 40 years of success rests on the long term relationships the company has built with its shoppers, community, staff and vendors.
Madeline MacKinnon has put together four toast topping ideas to showcase how ‘Eating For Your Cycle’ works in optimizing your fertility and balancing your menstrual cycle. You can enjoy toast topped with avocado and smoked salmon to support natural ovulation or beet hummus and seaweed to help prevent PMS and support your progesterone levels.
Blaise has been working at Community Natural Foods since 2004 and through his experience has gained extensive knowledge of the products offered on the shelves of Community Natural Foods.
Acne can rear its ugly head at any point in your lifetime, but it’s more commonly seen in women in their late twenties and thirties. With patience and clean diet, acne can be reduced with natural products, like manuka honey!