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Organic Bi-Color or White Corn, Grown in Brentwood, CA – 99¢/ea.

When it comes to corn, fresh is better. Fresher is sweeter, too. You see, sweet corn has a higher sugar content than other types of corn, but the sugar begins to convert to starch soon after it’s harvested, so it can lose some flavor and sweetness after several days

Wild 21-25 Count Gulf White Prawns – $12.99/lb.

These prawns are the perfect do-anything size. Skewer and grill, sauté in the pan or batter and fry them. Previously Frozen. USA. Sustainable Rated Green.

Enos Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017 Sonoma County – $12.99

Sourced exclusively from the Totem Ridge Vineyard, located across from Peter Michael’s iconic Knights Valley Vineyard. The grapes are from the Cult clone 337 (the backbone of many top tier Cabs) and sourced from the steepest part of the vineyard, where the vines yield just 2 tons per acre.

Califia Farms Almond Milk, Selected Varieties, 48 oz. Bottle – $2.99+CRV

Use it in recipes that call for milk, from soups and sauces to cakes, cookies smoothies and more.

Spindrift Squeezed Fruit Sparkling Water, Selected Varieties, 8 pack/12 oz. Cans- $4.99+CRV

Light, bright, and slightly pulpy. Spindrift is America’s first sparkling water made with just real squeezed fruit. Yup, that’s it.

Oliver’s Own Baked Ham – $11.99/lb.

This is an amazing ham for sandwiches. It is also perfect as an addition to breakfast or even dinner.

Oliver’s Own Hazelnut Mousse Cake, 8-Inch Cake – $35.99

Devil’s Food cake layered with chocolate hazelnut mousse, finished with chocolate ganache and toasted hazelnut praline.

Nicasio Valley San Geronimo – $21.99/lb.

San Geronimo is a cross between the classic melting cheeses Fontina and Raclette. These hefty, washed rind wheels boast a big earthy aroma, but the flavor is mild and tangy, reminiscent of sweet milk and custard.

Where Local Means Sonoma County

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.

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