March 10, 2020

A Taste of the Irish: Featured Irish Whiskies at Oliver’s

The Irish can lay claim to a medley of important inventions over the years, but aside from Colcannon, we have to say our personal favorite has got to be whiskey. Sipped around the world for centuries, it’s the kind of drink with history infused into every drop, and what a history it is! We can […]

February 25, 2020

Get the Pulse on Heart Health: Heart Healthy Supplements at Oliver’s!

You guys know that there’s nothing us folks at Oliver’s love more than having fun with good food, but every so often we have to cut the butter and salt, put down the sugar, and get real – America is suffering from some killer heartsickness, literally. It’s sad to say, but the CDC lists heart […]

January 28, 2020

Hosting a Party for the Big Game?

SATURDAY BEFORE THE GAME Make a menu of everything you’ll need for the big day. Start with drinks, appetizers, and then work your way down. Go easy on yourself and grab some of our already pre-made items in our Bakery, Meat Dept., and Deli Grab & Go, like our favorite Rocky Party Wings, BBQ, or […]

January 7, 2020

Redefining “One Pot Wonder”: Spotlighting CBD Supplements at Oliver’s

This week, in keeping with our theme of Healthiest You, we’re bringing in the big guns – guys, have you ever heard of CBD? Yes, it’s the canna-sensation that’s sweeping nation, and now that CBD has come to Oliver’s, it’s a wonder we never had it in the first place! From tinctures to lotions and […]

December 31, 2019

50% off Organic Greens This Week – Kale Yeah!

Kale was one of the first leafy greens to gain notoriety for its seemingly endless health benefits. Kale should not steal all of the limelight, though, because there are many other leafy greens in our Produce Departments that are high in nutritional value. That’s why it’s important to never leave the store without a bunch […]

December 25, 2019

What’s the deal with peas on New Years?

Some say the tradition of eating black-eyed peas dates back to the Civil War. Northern troops considered the peas to be suitable only for animals, so they were one of the few edible things left behind by raiding soldiers. The black-eyed peas that were “lucky” enough to be left behind would make their way to […]

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