By PRWeb at SFGate.com
Zion Health announces a unique line of Healing Clay skin care products now available for sale at Olivers Market in Cotati, located on 546 East Cotati Ave. Oliver's will today sell Zion's Clay Bath Skin Detox Minerals; a popular home remedy treatment, that is known to help clear adult acne, skin rashes, and skin break outs. In Addition, Oliver's will also include ClayDry Ancient Clay natural deodorants, and Zion's Ancient clay shampoos/conditioners to their health and wellness department.MORE
Oliver’s is a market with three storefronts in the Sonoma County area. I recently visited the store and cataloged the items the store carries that are Certified Fair Trade. While these items are stocked on the shelves at Oliver’s they are available in other markets as well such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s. The purpose of this post is to give you a visual to assist you in finding these products at a market near you.MORE
Sheana Davis, The Epicuran Connection
Here is the list of Chefs, Brewers, Cheesemakers & More~
Sunday February 26, 2012
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Tickets available at The Epicurean Connection
By Randi Rossmann, The Press Democrat
Get ready to put away the heavy woolies and get out the slickers. Starting this evening Mother Nature should launch a series of fronts across the North Coast bringing a relic of the past: rain.
Finally, that stubborn, month-long, high-pressure system is getting the boot, ending four weeks of sunny, cool, dry days.
The frigid early morning temperatures — Tuesday's 25 degrees in Santa Rosa was the lowest this season — should give way to the milder pattern associated with the rain.MORE
By Guy Kovner, The Press Democrat
Another ballot-box battle may be on Cotati’s horizon in the wake of the City Council’s unanimous approval of a $3.5 million plan to narrow the city’s main street and two install traffic roundabouts instead of stoplights.
Opponents of the plan had promised, even before the council vote shortly after midnight Wednesday, they would mount a drive for a referendum to bar roundabouts anywhere in the city.MORE
by Angela Hart, RohnertParkPatch
Oliver's Market — the Cotati-based grocery that's sprouted since the late 1980s from a hasty streetside produce vendor traveling over mostly Northern California selling fresh produce, to a widly popular marketplace is still focused on its roots: selling locally produced, seasonal foodstuffs.
It is that commitment, to source meats, eggs, produce, wines and hundreds of other products, from Sonoma County-based vendors that's driven the store's success, even through a recession.MORE
By Jeremy Hay, The Press Democrat
Opponents of a plan to remake Cotati's downtown into a narrower street that includes roundabouts have told city officials they will pursue a ballot initiative unless they change course.
The initiative would bar the city from building roundabouts anywhere within its limits. Its backers want the city to adhere to a concept it previously outlined, a four-lane street controlled by traffic lights.
Some in Cotati said a fight over a ballot measure would be bad for the city.MORE
By Clark Mason, The Press Democrat
It looks as if Windsor is finally going to get a supermarket on the west side of town.
Oliver's Market is planning to open a store near Windsor's Town Green as part of a large commercial-residential project approved Wednesday by the Town Council.
"We have a letter of intent with Oliver's Market to be the anchor for the grocery store. It's fantastic," said Jeff Civian, the project civil engineer for Bell Village, one of the biggest developments proposed in Windsor for yearsMORE