Eat Right. Live Well with Green Valley!

Eat Right, Live Well!   We have added thousands of items to help make Green Valley your one stop shop for all your healthy eating needs. With an explosion of new Organic, Gluten Free, Natural and GMO Free foods at the best prices, we are here to help you make eating healthy easy - just look for the Eat Right Live Well tag throughout the store!”  You will see lots of great educational info throughout the store, recipes, food sampling and an event calendar.

Don’t see something you are looking for? Just let us know by emailing or filling out our easy contact form. Green Valley is locally owned and operated, so unlike the corporate chains, we react quickly to your requests!

Our Natural Product Manager

Hi Green Valley Shoppers! I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Judy and I am Green Valley's Natural, Organic, Non GMO, Gluten Free manager. We are bringing in lots of new products and selling them at affordable prices! Look for brands like Nature to Nature, Bragg, Dr. Bonner & Eden Foods, just to name a few, but we want to hear from you! What products/brands do you want to find at Green Valley? We want to save you time & money by having everything you need all in one place. Let's get excited about getting healthy! Be on the lookout for new displays, a new in-store magazine, a calendar of HEALTHY events & much more. You can reach me anytime with questions or product requests at


View our Eat Right. Live Well Demo Calendar below.

Wild Harvest:  Affordable Organic goodness: introducing our private brand of Natural and Organic products. It’s easy to make good food decisions - for yourself and your family - with Wild Harvest Organic. From wholesome organic milk and cage-free eggs, to organic baby food and arrowroot animal crackers, to organic peanut butter and organic mixed greens, Wild Harvest is committed to healthy, delicious products. Easy on the pocketbook. Delicious on the palate. Look for hundreds of items through the store with lots more on the way.

Check out Judy’s monthly newsletter with lots of great info, recipes and event calendar!


Click HERE to view the latest recipes!

Click HERE for Judy's Healthy Tips!


March is National Nutrition Month!

Between hectic schedules, tight budgets, and caring for children and loved ones, sometimes it’s easier said than done when it comes to healthy eating. Green Valley is here to make healthy eating easier with real life solutions you can apply today. Every day in March we be sharing healthy info, tips, and recipes to help your family stay on track and find what works for you.

Here are some ways to get started:

Let’s start at my favorite place

Vegetables provide nutrients vital for health and maintenance of your body. People who eat more vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of chronic diseases. Here are a few tips to make adding veggies easy.

At meals:
  • Plan some meals around a vegetable main dish, such as a vegetable stir-fry or soup. Then add other foods to complement it.
  • Try a main dish salad for lunch. Go light on the salad dressing.
  • Include a green salad with your dinner every night.
  • Shred carrots or zucchini into meatloaf, casseroles, quick breads, and muffins.
  • Include chopped vegetables in pasta sauce or lasagna.
  • Order a veggie pizza with toppings like mushrooms, green peppers, and onions, and ask for extra veggies.
  • Use pureed, cooked vegetables such as potatoes to thicken stews, soups and gravies. These add flavor, nutrients, and texture.
  • Grill vegetable kabobs as part of a barbecue meal. Try tomatoes, mushrooms, green peppers, and onions.
Make vegetables more appealing:
  • Many vegetables taste great with a dip or dressing. Try a low-fat salad dressing with raw broccoli, red and green peppers, celery sticks or cauliflower.
  • Add color to salads by adding carrots, shredded red cabbage, or spinach leaves. Include in-season vegetables for variety through the year.
  • Include beans or peas in flavorful mixed dishes, such as chili or minestrone soup.
  • Decorate plates or serving dishes with vegetable slices.
  • Keep a bowl of cut-up vegetables in a see-through container in the refrigerator. Carrot and celery sticks are traditional, but consider red or green pepper strips, broccoli florets, or cucumber slices.
Vegetable tips for children:
  • Set a good example for children by eating vegetables with meals and as snacks.
  • Let children decide on the dinner vegetables or what goes into salads.
  • Depending on their age, children can help shop for, clean, peel, or cut up vegetables.
  • Allow children to pick a new vegetable to try while shopping.
  • Use cut-up vegetables as part of afternoon snacks.
  • Children often prefer foods served separately. So, rather than mixed vegetables try serving two vegetables separately.