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

Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-7:00pm

Oryana Natural Foods Market

Bulk Specials

Bulk Specials for April

The following items are 15% off:

  • cranberry harvest trail mix
  • California mix
  • swiss mix
  • maple cranberry walnuts
  • red lentils
  • roasted almonds
  • animal cookies
  • golden flax seeds
  • kasha buckwheat
  • sucanat
  • garbanzo beans
  • millet
  • rye flour
  • multigrain pancake mix
  • cajun sticks
  • cheddar sticks
  • macadamia nuts
  • mixed nuts
  • jolly beans
  • coconut oil
  • cashew pieces NEW!
  • kamut NEW!
  • 7-grain cereal NEW!
  • multi popcorn NEW!
  • spelt berries NEW!
  • black rice NEW!
  • brown jasmine rice NEW!

The following items are on sale this month through Co+op Deals:

April 2 - April 15

all Golden Temple granolas $2.39/lb
thomson raisins $2.39/lb
oats $1.19/lb
raw sunflower seeds $2.99/lb
navy beans $1.69/lb

April 16 - April 29

green lentils $1.69/lb
almonds $9.99/lb
apricots $3.39/lb
jasmine rice $2.29/lb
medjool dates $6.39/lb
ceylon cinnamon $14.99/lb
wild rice blend $3.69/lb
carob chips $4.99/lb
fair trade chocolate chips $6.99/lb
coconut haystacks $12.99/lb
plain sundrops $5.99/lb
peanut sundrops $7.99/lb
chocolate covered espresso beans $9.99/lb
milk chocolate almonds $9.99/lb
milk chocolate raisins $6.99/lb
yogurt raisins $6.99/lb

Dried cherries are 10% off this month

Coffee on sale this month $8.99/lb


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Bulk Tip: Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a highly nutritious food that consists of more than 90% saturated fats. This oil, which is composed of medium chain triglycerides, is easily assimilated by the body and has actually been shown to aid in weight loss, as well as offer other health benefits including stress relief, maintaining cholesterol levels, increased immunity, proper digestion and metabolism, relief from kidney problems, heart disease, and high blood pressure.

Tropical populations who have traditionally consumed coconut as part of their staple diets show very low incidence of heart disease, also contrary to popular but misleading wisdom that condemns all saturated fats as being bad for the heart.