Rehoboth-Dewey chamber cuts ribbon for Good News Natural Foods

At the Good News Natural Foods ribbon cutting are (l-r) Patty Burkentine, Rehoboth-Dewey chamber; co-owners Ray Fields, Marcia Collins and Rich Collins; Christy Kitchens, manager; and Marvin Carney, Delaware Beach Book. Not pictured is co-owner Sharon Fields. SOURCE SUBMITTED
May 6, 2013

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 26 for Good News Natural Foods. Members of the chamber’s Meet & Greet Committee were present to welcome Good News to the resort community.

Good News Natural Foods has moved to Rehoboth, bringing a large selection of loose herbs, gluten-free foods, essential oils, local honey and whole-foods products.

The store at 220 Rehoboth Ave., previously known as Rainbow Earth Foods, has been purchased by co-owners Marcia and Rich Collins and Ray and Sharon Fields. The Good News crew has made changes, but has kept the knowledgeable staff at the Rehoboth location. Christy Kitchens of Bethany Beach will stay on as manager, along with other employees including Dotty Domingue, Joe Quade and Andrea Booth.

The store boasts the largest selection of loose herbs in the area and is one of a handful of stores that sell truly local honey from Spring Creek Apiaries in Frederica. The four owners are adding new health and beauty products, as well as prepared food and organic produce. The store will host monthly sales events starting in April. Good News also offers classes for customers.

For more information, call the Rehoboth store at 302-227-3177 or go to

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