May 12, 2020

Spotlight: Local Meat Companies

Since opening our doors, Oliver’s has been fully aware of the power in community. Now more than ever, we are all finding ourselves leaning on our Sonoma County family to find our courage and keep our lives moving, and that especially includes local producers. We particularly want to thank those local meat companies continuing to […]

August 13, 2019

How Do You Like Them Apples? 20% Off Hard Ciders at Oliver’s

Can you believe it’s August already?! As summer begins the inevitable crawl into autumn, we can begin to look forward to cooler weather, changing colors, and an absolute abundance of apples, particularly Gravensteins. In fact, these local heirlooms are one of the earlier apple varieties to be ready for harvest, and every year, they get […]

June 4, 2019

Ceres Project: Uniting & Healing the Community Through Food

Since our humble beginnings, Oliver’s has been committed to supporting the local community through an emphasis on food produced by local, small businesses. Part of that commitment has been a continued support of organizations dedicated to building community and to caring for those who are all-too-frequently forgotten. This week, we’re featuring one such partner front […]

June 4, 2019

Save the Gravenstein!

Head towards Sebastopol at any time of the year, and we can almost guarantee that you’ll see signs advertising something to do with Gravenstein apples. That’s because Gravensteins have a history that’s closely tied with Sonoma County, making them an edible piece of culture! The Gravenstein apple is an heirloom apple with a squat, round […]

January 8, 2019

Farewell, Robert Grist, & Hello, Tri-L Ranch!

Oliver’s regulars know that every year we wait for the Robert Grist Owari satsumas; unfortunately, we may soon have to say a permanent goodbye to one of our favorite growers. It was the ugliest fruit we carried – it was also one of the best tasting. Robert drove up once a week to our stores […]

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