Oryana Natural Foods Market
Oryana Natural Foods Market
260 East Tenth Street | Traverse City, MI 49684 | (231) 947-0191

Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-7:00pm
To place Café orders call (231) 346-2852

Member Appreciation Days

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Member Appreciation Days
Wednesday, Oct. 24 & Thursday, Oct. 25

Member-Owners, be sure to shop on Wednesday, October 24 or Thursday, October 25 and save 10% storewide. Not a member yet? Join and save! Demos, samples, prizes...

NEW! Seniors can save an extra 5% on BOTH days!

(CORRECTION! The newsletter incorrectly states that MAD is on Tuesday the 23rd and Wed. the 24th. It is Wednesday the 24th and Thursday the 25th.)

Hope for Children with Autism - A Video Presentation Sponsored by Oryana

Click to watch

Judi Mills, Certified GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) practitioner explains the relationship between diet and  various children's issues such as autism, ADD/ADHD and other behavior disorders. This video is 55 minutes long.

Halloween Treats for Kids (and Adults)

Endangered Species milk chocolate halloween fun packs
, organic, ethically traded, and gluten free

Yummy Earth Lollipops
, organic, gluten free, peanut free, no artificial colors or ingredients

Newman's Own boxed raisins
, organic, no sulfites, perfect healthy treat for trick or treaters

Barbara's Snackimals
animal cookies in 2 oz. bags, organic, no tranfats, nothing artificial


Halloween Recipe -
Spooky Spiderweb Eggs

1 dozen eggs
8 cups water
2 cups frozen blueberries

Place eggs in single layer in a large saucepan and cover with water and blueberries. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat. Cover and let stand 10 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, remove eggs and place on a layer of paper towels. Lightly crack the shells with the handle of a wooden spoon. Transfer eggs to a bowl and cover with the cooking water and berries. Allow eggs to cool completely in water in refrigerator. Peel shells from eggs.

Recipe  and photo from Martha Stewart.

New in Grocery

Goraw Flax Snax
- In 4 flavors: pizza, sunflower, spicy, and simple. Gluten-free and made from all raw ingredients. The ultimate flax cracker.

Wild Planet Skipjack tuna
, low mercury. Sustainable caught, packed in BPA-free cans without oil, water, or fillers. Cooked once to retain the omega 3-rich juices.

Miracle Noodle - shirataki rice, angel hair, & fettucine, (made with konjac yam,) vegan, paleo-friendly, and gluten-free, these "noodles" absorb the flavors of any dish, use the same as rice or pasta.

Le Caramel sea salt caramels
, buttery with a touch of sea salt, the way caramel should taste

Co+op Grocery Specials
This Week

A Pint for a Pint

Donate a pint of blood and get a FREE pint of ice cream! Give a little; save a life!
When: Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2-6 pm
Where: bloodmobile at Oryana

October 31 is Howard Bowers Day


Oryana will donate 1% of sales from Oct. 31 to the Howard Bowers fund, a funding source dedicated to the growth and development of consumer cooperatives. Shop today and help us help brand new co-ops establish themselves in their communities.

Rudi's Organic Bakery Recall

Rudi’s Organic Bakery, Inc. has initiated a voluntary product recall due to the possible presence of metallic foreign objects. The only products we carry that are affected by the recall are the Colorado Cracked Wheat Bread and Mulitgrain Oat Bread. If you purchased any of these items from Oryana, you can return them for a refund.

Rudi’s Organic Bakery Multigrain Oat Bread (22oz) Lot Code 1-173-R UPC: 0-31493-82888-8 

Rudi’s Organic Bakery Colorado Cracked Wheat Bread (22oz) Lot Code 2-193-R UPC: 0-31493-54373-6

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• People's Food Co-op in Ann Arbor is seeking a general manager. Click HERE for more info.

• Tell all your friends and family in California to vote YES on Proposal 37, the initiative that will require clear labels letting consumers know if foods are genetically engineered. This is the people of California's chance to make a huge difference in all our lives. Over 50 countries worldwide label genetically engineered food already. Read HERE for more info.

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 Quote of the Week

“Many people put more time into the maintenance of their cars than into their own body! Buy yourself organic vegetables and eat them. Invest in yourself. You can ask yourself, “What have I consumed today that will build high integrity blood, bone, brain and body tissue? What have I done today that will add another day to my life?”

~Annie Padden, author of Life Food Recipe Book








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Bay Bread
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread
Pleasanton Bakery

Oryana's Own:
Pretzel Bread
Quick Breads
WF Sandwich Bread
WF Vegan Flaxseed Bread