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Dallas - Casa Linda


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Bob - Nutritional Health Coach


What's New at Dallas - Casa Linda


New Summer Hours for Casa Linda!


new summer hours casa linda natural grocers

Great news! We’re expanding our hours starting Monday, July 7.

 

Thank you for your input and for letting us know about your wishes for longer store hours. Because of your requests, we’re expanding our hours by opening earlier and staying open later…every day of the week. We thought you’d enjoy that news and the extra time!

 

We hope you’ll find our new summer hours very convenient for picking up something for lunch on your way to work, doing your shopping earlier in the morning or later at night, stopping in at night for that one special item you just ran out of, or for picking up the ingredients to the recipe that you just saw on Facebook or on our website.

 

We also know how much you appreciate that we keep our doors open for a few minutes after the hour so we’re keeping those unique closing times to give you a few extra minutes in your day…just in case life throws you lemons and you need to make lemonade.

 

Please check out our new hours and try them out. We’ll see you soon! Or, actually, we’ll see you sooner…and later. 

 


What's New at Dallas - Casa Linda


What's a happy cow got to do with it?


At Natural Grocers we offer only the safest and highest quality natural and organic products.  On some things we just won't compromise!

So you may ask: what's a happy cow got to do with it?

Enter County Line Farms.  The mission at County Line Farms is for this family dairy farm to provide other families with clean and great tasting milk from sustainable, organic certified, West Texas native grass pastures of contented, happy, and humanely treated cows.  Their Holstein and Jersey cows are always free to roam on organic certified pastures in Earth, Texas. You see grazing produces many more benefits for drinking milk with beta-carotenes, natural Omega-3's and the CLA's desired by many.  Earth, Texas may only have a population of 1109, but they sure know how to raise happy cows!

This happy herd of humanely treated cows, graze on 3,000 acres of family owned and managed, organic, nutrient rich, West Texas plains farmland consisting of lush green grasses, alfalfa, clover and other forage, producing natural Omega 3’s and higher levels of CLA’s. County Lines organic herd of dairy cows eat no genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) as stated by current USDA Organic regulations.  Organic dairy farming is nature’s way of giving back.  The folks at County Line Farms like to say that they produce "organic milk for the soul.” 

County Line Farms (and their cows!) have received the coveted Validus Certification for practicing the highest standards of animal welfare and overall herd health at our farm. This means humane animal handling and management along with food and water quality standards, and on farm security.

So what's a happy cow got to do with it?  The happy cow and her "friends" enable Natural Grocers to support local family farms while bringing you the healthiest and most nutritious milk available. Afterall, this is what we are all about.

We invite you to experience the Natural Grocers difference,   Come on in and get some organic County Line Farms milk today!



Casa Linda Natural Grocers in Dallas set to open May 10th, 2011


Reviving the brightly lit facade of the old Casa Linda movie theater, Natural Grocers has moved into its third Dallas area location.  The store is set to open May 10th, with grand opending activities ongoing.  Sign up to receive Hotline sale flyers here.



 

Casa Linda Natural Grocers - Company revives lighted facade of Casa Linda Theater


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