Discover Bulk Foods – Ingredients Worth Their Weight

This week, all items in the Bulk Foods Department are 20% off. Now is the perfect time to stock up on your favorite items, as well as try a new product or two!

There are a wide variety of reasons for why you should shop the Bulk Department at Oliver’s Market.

Packaging and Cost: According to the Environmental Protection Agency, packaging materials make up more than 30% of all consumer waste. Buying in bulk eliminates much of this waste. Without the packaging, you’re only paying for the product, which is great for the environment and your wallet!

Freshness: Our bulk foods are fresher than what you get in pre-packaged products. We source items like honey, grains and peanut butter as locally as we can. This allows us to bring them to you quicker with optimal freshness.

Quantity: Buying in bulk allows you to get as little, or as much of an item as needed. Does a recipe call for a small amount of an exotic spice? Grab a little! Do you need to provide snacks for a large group of kids? Grab a lot! With bulk foods, the choice is yours.

We invite you to check out our Bulk Foods Department next time you shop. From conventional and organic nuts, dried fruits, snacks, and beans to rice and grains, cereals, and much more, we’re sure to have everything that you need. Check out our selection of containers for storing your purchases, too!

Here are two recipes containing ingredients that can be found in our Bulk Department. Try one of these tasty treats today!


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  1. Hi there! As a lover of your bulk section (trying to minimize my waste/impact on the environment–thank you for providing such amazing & delicious options!!) I was wondering if it would be possible to have some references for preparing things like the vegetarian chili or split pea soup online? I forgot to take a picture of the preparation instructions the last time I was in and it would be nice to be able to search that here! I’ve been able to manage since it’s just adding boiling water I believe, but I’d rather have the suggested measurements so I don’t mistakenly overshoot and end up with yummy but slightly watery chili. Please and thank you!!

    Comment by Kelly Kohrs on January 26, 2018 at 7:18 am

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