Uprooted: From the Ground Up moves to downtown Cranbrook

Co-owner Leanna Spring of From the Ground Up in Cranbrook stands next to a shelf full of health foods.

Co-owner Leanna Spring of From the Ground Up in Cranbrook loves talking to people about nutritional foods. — Virginia Rasch photo

From the Ground Up moved to the Cranbrook downtown core earlier this year, and foot traffic has picked up. “People browse more,” said Leanna Spring, mother of Devon Rae, the other co-owner. Best sellers are the certified organic and the local produce. Shoppers are surprised by the diversity of products in the new store, including a large selection of metaphysical gemstones that are also strong sellers. “We’d like to get into high-end supplements and bulk personal care products like shampoo so it lessens the carbon footprint,” said Spring. Visit the mother-daughter team at 16 - 13th Avenue South near Safeway.

Virginia Rasch

Virginia is a writer and copy editor with Koocanusa Publications. She is an avid outdoor recreationist in all seasons and has lived in the Kootenays for 10 years. With degrees in the natural sciences, she has worked as a tour guide, an environmentalist, a writer, and a copy editor of scientific publications. Virginia now brings her passion for everything green to Kootenay Business. View all of Virginia Rasch’s articles

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