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Vitamin Cottage Natural Grocers Corporate Office

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Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage Corporate Office Address

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage
12612 W Alameda Pkwy
Lakewood, CO 80228

Contact Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage

Phone Number: (303) 986-4600
Fax Number: (303) 390-3870
Email: Email Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage Facts

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Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage Executives

CEO: Sandra Buffa
CFO: Ashley MacLeod
COO: Kemper Isely

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage History

Margaret and Philip Isely founded Vitamin Cottage Natural Food Markets in 1955.

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage operates natural and organic grocery stores in the United States. The stores offer natural and organic products including bulk food and private label products, dry, frozen, and canned groceries, prepared foods, baked goods and breads, and beverages.

Natural Grocers stores also offer natural ingredient personal care products and pet care products.

Natural Grocers has 76 stores in 13 states and is run by the children of the founders.

The company is publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol NGVC, has 1,648 employees, and had $455.40 million in revenue in 2013.

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage ?
Answer 1: The phone number for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage is (303) 986-4600.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage ?
Answer 2: The CEO of Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage is Sandra Buffa.

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Gina May 27, 2018 at 3:44 pm

I am ENRAGED by how my 16-year-old daughter was treated by the Natural Grocers cashier minutes ago. (Indian School and 7th Ave in Phoenix) My daughter paid for food with an EBT card and accidentally exceeded the card balance by $12. The cashier was SO disrespectful and degrading in her tone, facial expression, and attitude toward my daughter that my daughter arrived home sobbing and hyperventilating. We have spent a LOT of our own money at this store as well, but JUST because a customer has an EBT card does NOT mean they are less human and less deserving of respect. My daughter has experienced trauma in her short life, and this cashier just ADDED TO IT. How DARE she. I will think twice about giving this company ANY more of my money.


Jim Wilson November 5, 2017 at 8:39 am

I doubt they see this but I have been commenting on their website and have yet to get a response to multiple complaints and concerns. As a stockholder I am appalled at the horrible customer service. Both on line and in the store. Store personnel don’t acknowledge customers and are unfriendly. They are usually out of sale items so the sales are essentially useless. The npower program is terrible compared to other store’s programs. I doubt I will be shopping here much longer.


Bonny Kruger April 22, 2018 at 12:23 pm

I have shopped at the Natural Grocers store in Grand Junction CO ever since it opened. I have gone from shopping there 1-2 times per week to 1-2 times per month, due to poor customer service. The clerks who work on the floor are generally very helpful, polite, and friendly. However, the check-out experience with the cashiers is often unpleasant. Some cashiers are unfriendly and do not smile, greet, or speak to the customers. Others display a generally negative attitude toward everything. Others take out their fatigue and job stress on the customers by being irritable, rude, and impatient. Many cashiers in chain department stores ask their customers to go to the company website and post a review about the customer service they have just received. One solution might be for Natural Grocers to adopt the online review system because the cashiers would probably be motivated to be friendlier and more courteous to customers. I am not the only customer here who thinks the customer service from the cashiers is poor. I basically like your store and would like to shop there more frequently, so please correct this problem before you lose more business. Thank you.


Lori David November 1, 2017 at 11:25 pm

Wow, Are the consistent empty shelves in your Sedona AZ store indicative of your closure soon?


Suzanne Martino October 20, 2017 at 10:08 pm

I’ve been a long time Natural Grocers customer, and am well acquainted with many of the products you carry. I have noticed that you have a small section of fair trade items which varies depending on the store. I am thinking about the Green Mountain, Golden and Kipling stores as those are the ones I usually frequent.
I am a sales representative for a Colorado non profit, Outreach Uganda. We have a strong selection of beautifully handcrafted fair trade items, some of which I think would be a great fit for a Natural Grocers, and which are different than what I see you currently carrying, so there wouldn’t be replication. I am wondering who I would need to contact regarding having someone take a look at a few of the unique items would be appropriate for your stores.
Thanks, and look forward to hearing from you,

Suzanne Martino, Sales Representative
Office Phone:303/683-8450
Mobile: 303/775-0136


Connie Brown March 18, 2017 at 10:58 am

I most frequently shop at your Mission store in Mission, KS. It is a smaller store, but is closer to my home. I have been a health food/organic shopper for the last 25 years, over that span in Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Houston, and locally in Overland Park, Shawnee and Olathe, KS. I find the produce in the Mission store to be far inferior to the other outlets where I have shopped. I think the warehouse may send inferior product because the store has a smaller footprint. However, the clientele is upscale with economic demographics above the other stores in the region. They have, on occasion, put out signs saying they had to sent all of one type of produce or other back to the warehouse due to this
problem, leaving empty display areas. I
had one female customer tell me she
refuses to buy produce at that store. She
goes out south for produce. I have complained about this numerous times to store management, who are very responsive, but they seem powerless to completely fix the problem with the warehouse. I think the weight of corporate intervention might help. Please do your best to address this problem. I have started going south (Overland Park) for produce variety and quality as well. Thank you.


Lori David January 14, 2017 at 7:31 pm

I would like to comment on the store in Sedona AZ. The staff are consistently restocking and leaving boxes in the aisles on Saturday’s when it is quite busy. It has not been convenient and it is hard to navigate around. Are there other days or hours for this activity?
Thank you for your consideration.


JR March 27, 2016 at 1:59 pm

Could you fix this? Trying to sign up {N}power. Using IE 11 —- thanks jr


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Tammy Robinson March 27, 2016 at 2:22 pm

We have notified the company via Facebook about the problem with their website. Thanks!


Kathleen March 26, 2016 at 5:03 pm

I’m trying to leave a comment by email, but apparently that’s not an option. I also could not connect to the website using Firefox, as it states a security risk for my info.! Further info. states that Natural Grocers security certificate expired early this morning. (March 26th)


Maydean Worley January 26, 2016 at 2:24 pm

Coloradans for Community Rights is the issue committee for a ballot initiative that, if passed, would allow communities to decide on issues like GMO labeling, oil and gas extraction and solar siting, mining, and more.
We seek permission to gather signatures at local Colorado stores, inside or out, as you stipulate.
I seek permission to gather signatures at the Greeley CO, store.
Trader Joe’s will allow us to put a small table near the entrance and interact with customers.
Please reply by February 15th. Thanks.


Dr Sarai Susanna Stuart, PhD ND November 13, 2014 at 1:50 pm

Greetings to Corporate,

I first discovered Vitamin Cottage Pueblo shortly following my move to Westcliffe Co, a 75 minute drive to VC. Later while shopping in COS I found Natural Grocers.
Firstly, I wan to thank you for your sincere dedication to great customer service and high quality products soled at your Tue Health Food Store. I also commend and congratulate your rapid growth spurt. Now that I have returned to TX, I was able to locate the NG stores in Dallas, although that is a heavy traffic shlep from where I reside in Arlington, Fort Worth area.

I appreciate NG with the greatest respect and have recommended your stores to all my patients, clients and students, not only in TX and CO and also to friends family and others throughout the USA.

I would enjoy an active participation with Natural Grocers, when you decide to open in Arlington or East Fort Worth, TX, as I believe I have much to offer with your company.

Many thanks and blessings to NG’s fabulous company,
Sarai Susanna Stuart, PhD ND (Naturopath and Nutritionist)


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