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Natural Grocers' mission to create a healthier America

 

With a nearly 25 percent increase in the number of heart attacks on the Monday following Daylight Saving Time compared to the rest of the Mondays throughout the year, Natural Grocers is on a mission to create a healthier America by ending Daylight Saving Time. On March 7, join Natural Grocers, America's Nutrition Education Expert, in supporting heart health by signing the petition to end Daylight Saving Time.natural

The petition to end Daylight Saving Time calls to keep one standard time all year long by eliminating the practice of bi-annual time changes. The petition asks Congress to amend the Uniform Time Act of 1966 (amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005), which sets the time for the entire country, and allow states the ability to opt in or out.

"We take all aspects of health seriously at Natural Grocers, and we understand that even the slightest change to our routines can have an impact on our wellbeing," commented Natural Grocers Co-President Kemper Isely. "By removing twice-yearly time changes and supporting heart health, we will be one step closer to our mission of creating a healthier country."

Until the practice of Daylight Saving Time comes to an end, Natural Grocers will help consumers beat those time change blues with a free "Hack Your Coffee" pop up bar, a chance to win free Natural Grocers Brand Organic Coffee for a year, and special {N}power member discounts.

On March 7, the day before "springing forward," Natural Grocers will host its popular free "Hack Your Coffee" bar, featuring tips and tricks to up your coffee game with health boosting ingredients at all stores across the country.

For one day only, {N}power members will enjoy special offers of up to 40 percent off Natural Grocers' prices on select items.

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