Welcome to New Morning Market!
New Morning Market is an independently owned natural and organic marketplace in Woodbury, CT. We consciously stock sustainable products to support your healthy lifestyle, including wholesome prepared foods, local organic produce, special diet items, pasture raised meat, artisanal cheeses, and high-quality supplements and healthcare items.
Since opening our doors in 1971, we’ve become a community space to gather and connect—in our café over an organic smoothie or at a yoga class hosted by our Vitality Center. Come share with us!
VOTED BEST HEALTH FOOD STORE IN CT 6 YEARS RUNNING by CT Magazine
- Bowls are a great way to pack a lot of flavor and nutrition into one delicious meal. This spicy quinoa bowl gets its heat from gochujang, a fermented red chili paste, and kimchi. Ingredients: For the Citrus-Soy Dressing ¼ cup fresh orange juice 3 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce or tamari Continue ReadingRead More »
- Since 1995, celebrating Earth Day in a big way has been a New Morning Market tradition. And while we look forward to annually celebrating with our community every year, we also take small strides daily to lighten our impact on the environment. This April, join us as we celebrate Earth Day every day with a Continue ReadingRead More »
- Serve this dish as a creative salad course or as an appetizer. If serving as appetizers, top beet rounds and vegan cheese with a few arugula leaves and drizzle with dressing. This recipe makes more vegan cheese than you’ll use. The remainder can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. If your Continue ReadingRead More »
Happy Easter to you and yours from the New Morning Market crew! 🐰
Have you tried our Dandy Detox? This made-to-order green drink features dandelion greens, kale, cilantro, lemon, apple, celery, and cucumber. 🥒🍋🍏😋
Happy Easter Weekend!
Using less plastic for food storage can feel like a challenge! Here's some helpful hints to help you strategize! 😀
Why do potatoes have eyes? To grow more potatoes! 🥔 Potatoes are one of the few garden crops that are not grown from seed. Instead, they're propagated vegetatively (from an existing piece of potato!). To ensure healthy harvests, you should plant seed potatoes that are certified disease-free like our favorites from Fedco Seeds! Want to learn about growing your own tasty tubers? Register for Potato Planting Primer on Tuesday April 30th! http://www.newmorn.com/classes-events/