Our business thrives off of community recommendations from our amazing customers (YOU!!!). So don’t miss this amazing special: Earn $10 of store credit for sharing Nude Foods on NextDoor, in a Facebook Group (not your personal page), or Instagram. Limited to $10 per person and the offer runs through the September 7th!


You are totally welcome and encouraged to write your own post and share your own pictures, but if you are busy here are a few options to make it super easy:


“Nude Foods Market is the future of grocery store models! Their store on Walnut & 32nd offers a full range of high quality, local, organic and packaging-free products, all served up with smiles from friendly staff and comparable in price to other grocery store options. Try Nude Foods! You’ll love it as much as I do.”


“Making more sustainable, healthier choices can be absolutely delicious and INSANELY EASY with Nude Foods Market. Here’s what I love about Nude Foods:

– Fresh, organic, LOCAL, and rescued products

– All the groceries I need with NONE of the waste

– Groceries delivered straight to your door by bicycle

– Meals that are ready to eat and don’t have all the packaging!”


“Nude Foods gives me hope for the future. Over the past couple months I’ve been integrating Nude Foods into my regular grocery routine. I’ve found that I can stock my kitchen without creating unnecessary waste. This makes me feel really good.” 


“If you haven’t, you should really give Nude Foods Market a try. It’s now my first stop when I need stuff. Here’s why: Local products like coffee beans, Oatis oat milk, hemp burgers, tempeh, baked goods from Hävenly. The ever-expanding selection of snacks, body care items, household goods, and produce (including imperfect produce). I recently tried one of the pre-order meals; it was delicious and super convenient for a weeknight when I just don’t have time to cook. It literally went jar to table in 5 mins.”


“There is no better permanent grocer/market in Boulder than Nude Foods! Local, organic, and zero single use packaging. Their model should be the standard. Simple, affordable, and community-oriented.”