Thank you to all the customers who came out to enjoy our new Rockville store grand opening last weekend! Check out our photo scrapbook of the fun. Popular whole food vitamins from Megafood.
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We’re super-excited to be opening our new Rockville MOMs location tomorrow. After 16 years in our previous storefront on Parklawn Drive, we’ve realized we need more parking and a more navigable layout for our tried and true (and patient) Rockville customers. … Continue reading
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Growing up, at least when it came to apples, “wormy” and “organic” were synonymous, and meant the very best! During fall visits to my grandparent’s house in Virginia, I would run first thing to the orchard to see if the … Continue reading
Fresh herbs off the truck this week–rosemary, spearmint and lemon thyme from A Thyme to Plant Herb Farm in Glen Allen, VA! Ever wonder what the difference is between thyme and lemon thyme? Did they crossbreed lemon and thyme and … Continue reading