Welcome to Oliver's Market, your local grocery store. Real Food. Real People.
That’s what we do and who we are. We are a diverse group of passionate people who create and stock a diverse variety of useful and delicious products. When you shop in our stores, you’ll find a no-nonsense approach to great food and healthy living.
We keep it real with a large selection of both natural and conventional groceries, great local organic produce and a knowledgeable down-to-earth staff who understands good food doesn’t have to be expensive.
Come in and see what makes us different.
ATTENTION: All Oliver's Market Employees
Please check in with us. We need to know where you are and how you are doing so we can begin to assess the immediate and long-term needs of those impacted by the fires.
We are here to help.
ATENCIÓN: Todos los empleados de Oliver's Market
Por favor, consulte con nosotros. Necesitamos saber dónde se encuentra y cómo se encuentra para poder comenzar a evaluar las necesidades inmediatas y largo plazo de los afectados por los incendios.
Estamos aquí para ayudar.
Why Living Local Makes a Difference to Sonoma County
Shopping Locally is Powerful! According to a recent study conducted by Sonoma State University, buying Sonoma County products from Oliver's Market benefits the Sonoma County economy more than TWICE as much as buying national brands from chain stores.
- Oliver's stocks over 6,000 products from Sonoma County growers and manufacturers. In fact, one out of every four dollars spent at Oliver's is for local products.
- "Oliver's sourcing of local goods supports over 150 jobs in Sonoma County in addition to its own workforce." – Dr. Robert Eyler, business consultant and Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University
- "We all have to eat. If we localize this essential activity it can become an engine of job growth in Sonoma County. Working together we can literally eat our way to lower unemployment." – Derek Huntington, Sonoma County GoLocal Cooperative
- "You can lower your environmental footprint by eating locally owned and produced foods. It significantly reduces the average distance food has to travel to reach your plate from about 1,500 miles for a conventional meal to less than 100 miles for a meal sourced locally." – Derek Huntington, Sonoma County GoLocal Cooperative