BOULDER, Colo. — A Sprouts Farmers Market  store here damaged as a result of recent flooding is expected to reopen Wednesday, the company said.
The Phoenix-based natural foods retailer said it was supporting area shoppers and businesses affected by the flooding by donating two-and-a-half semi-trailers of non-perishable groceries and paper products to the Food Bank of Larimer County, aiding people in flood-damaged Colorado towns of Fort Collins, Greeley and Louisville.
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The company also announced a “Grab n’ Give” program allowing shoppers to purchase and donate bags of groceries at a 10% discount between Sept. 25 and Oct. 6. All bags are pre-packaged and contain items that the local Community Food Share food bank needs the most, Sprouts said.
In addition Sprouts said it would offer all shoppers 10% off their total purchase Oct. 4-6, and would donate 10% of its proceeds during that period to the Foothills United Way.
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