Oliver's Local Partners

Oliver's Market is proud to have more than 300 local partners in Sonoma County who enrich our lives through the food they produce, the service they provide, and their community work. And when you support us, we support them. Here's a directory of our partners.

St. Benoit

Petaluma, CA

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Saint Benoît Yogurt makes organic yogurts handcrafted in small batches. Their unique, smooth, creamy flavor begins with the wholesome Jersey milk we use. We believe in being organic, local, sustainable, and delicious. Great taste, no waste!

Mill Creek Vineyards

Healdsburg, CA

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Mill Creek Vineyards and Winery is a small, estate winery, still owned and operated by the founding Kreck family. Vineyards were first planted in 1965 and the winery was established in 1974. The award-winning wines are produced from grapes grown on the winery estate, the family home in Alexander Valley, and a few select neighboring vineyards.

Gottaluvit Foods

Petaluma, CA

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Gotta Luv It brings you great tasting dressings and marinades. We believe that natural and healthy food should be available to everybody. Only the finest all natural ingredients are selected for these superior dressings and marinades.

Valley Ford Cheese Co.

Valley Ford, CA

5 employees

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Cows are what we know and what we do. We are very proud of our heritage as dairy farmers, and pleased to be creating brand new cheeses based on the traditional methods of cheesemaking that our ancestors used many years ago. Our ranch’s history includes over one hundred years of dairying family tradition in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Our Swiss-Italian family immigrated from Switzerland in the late 1890s.

Montgomery High School

Santa Rosa, CA

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As a California Distinguished School and National Blue Ribbon School, Montgomery High School is recognized throughout the state and the nation as exemplary. In academics, the arts, and athletics Montgomery strives to bring out the best from each individual. To better prepare its students for the challenges of tomorrow, Montogmery created the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, and the Business, Engineering, Medical, Journalism, and Drama Pathways. In addition Montgomery High School offers photography, chorus, music, art, and many courses designed to enrich our students' future.

Siduri Estates

Santa Rosa, CA

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Siduri started more than 20 years ago in our native Texas.  At the time it was a dream shared by two wine geeks (us!) who wanted nothing more than to move to California and make killer Pinot Noir from the finest vineyards we could find. Today that dream is a reality. In 2011 Siduri celebrates its 17 year anniversary. With our small but tireless crew we produce over 25 different Pinot Noir wines each year, representing the largest Pinot Noir focus of any California winery.

Coast Roast Coffee

Tomales, CA

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Since 1991 we have been providing coffee to some of the Bay Area’s finest stores including Oliver’s Market. Families committed to making a difference in the world grow our coffee overseas.  We participate in premium programs that provide the growers with crop-processing equipment specifically for the organically grown crop and other community infrastructure projects.  We believe the finest tasting coffee should provide a good life for the people who grow the beans.

Waldo Rohnert PTA

Rohnert Park, CA

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Waldo Rohnert Elementary School is committed to providing high-quality education to our diverse student body. We achieve our goals through a challenging curriculum, quality teachers, and an atmosphere that emphasizes communication and cooperation. Together, these elements create a safe and engaging learning environment in which all students can excel.

Kunde Family Estate

Kenwood, CA

97 employees

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Family owned and operated, Kunde Family Estate produces ultra-premium, estate-grown, and sustainably farmed wines in the finest traditions of the renowned Sonoma Valley.

Gaddis Nursery

Santa Rosa, CA

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When James and Lucille Gaddis started their Santa Rosa nursery in 1926, it sat surrounded by orchards of walnuts and prunes on a 4 1/2 acre parcel at the corner of North and Spencer Avenue just one mile from the center of downtown. In October 1987 the Gaddis' moved the nursery and expanded to the current location in the midst of rolling hills and vineyards. Gaddis Nursery is a family owned, multi-generational business. Members of CLCA, Sonoma County Farm Bureau and SCGGA, we support our local trade businesses.

Quetzal Farm

Santa Rosa, CA

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Quetzal Farm (pronounced ket-sall) produces organic vegetables and fruit on twenty acres in Santa Rosa and Occidental. Quetzal specializes in dry farmed tomatoes, sweet peppers, chilies and eggplant. We also grow apples, basil, cucumbers, squash, and other vegetables.

Wine Country Cuisine

Originally founded in 1985, the company supplied chefs vegetables and fruits grown in Sonoma County. Today, Wine Country Cuisine farms eight acres of CCOF certified organic land just south of Santa Rosa, supplying local grocery stores with ingredients for the amateur chef at home.

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Where "Local" Means Sonoma County

To us Local means Sonoma County -- period. Not Marin, not Napa, and definitely not the state of California, as some of our competitors define it.

From the day we opened our doors in 1988, we’ve built our business on the simple premise that the best food and wine in the world are produced here, in Sonoma County. We didn’t feel like we were pioneers at the time, but as people have come to understand and embrace the value of locally grown and made food and the value of shopping locally, we realize we were part of the early days of the movement.

As a Sonoma County business, we’ve built enduring relationships with local growers, makers, and manufacturers, because they make the foods and wines we love. Many of them were getting started when we were. Now they are nationally known, but for us, they are still old friends who often delivered products to our Cotati store in their cars back in the late 1980s.

Along with local products being excellent choices for taste and quality reasons, buying locally also improves our local economy. The dollars you spend at local retailers buying local products support other local businesses and our tax base, too!

Tasting Notes

Matt Rice

It’s Memorial Day Weekend Grillin’ Time!

Memorial Day is upon us. The extended holiday weekend is the unofficial start to summer and grilling season. That's right folks, it's time to clean off the patio, fire up the grill and have a barbeque while remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. 

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout Cinco de Mayo

It's the beginning of May and all of a sudden you’re craving chips and salsa and a frosty margarita for some reason. Then it dawns on you...it's Cinco de Mayo! 

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Get Your Smoke On!

Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with your very own, limited edition, Mark West smoker. From now until Tuesday April 25th, stop by your neighborhood Oliver’s Market and enter to win a Mark West smoker.

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