Tag: Sustainability

April 19, 2022

Earth Day at Oliver’s Market

Oliver’s became Sonoma County’s first certified Green grocery store in 2011, with the Business Office, Cotati store and Montecito store completing the program. The Stony Point store was added in 2014 and then all were recertified in 2016, including the newly opened Windsor store. As part of the 2021 renewal, a comprehensive Oliver’s Market Sustainability […]

April 20, 2021

Waste Not, Want Not: Our Favorite Tips & Tricks to Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle

Houston, we have a problem: despite being the nation of plenty, Americans still manage to waste more across the board than any other country in the world. Yes, from water to energy to food, we lead the world in waste, and while we do love a win, we really don’t think this victory is one […]

March 17, 2020

Where “Local” Means Sonoma County: Our Favorite Locally Made Oliver’s Own Products

We just can’t hide it any longer: we LOVE Sonoma County! I mean, we weren’t really hiding it, but in case you had any doubts, we. Love. This. COUNTY! Where else can you get such a stunning combination of gorgeous natural scenery, genuinely friendly people, and world-class food and wine? Only right here, baby! Oliver’s […]

April 15, 2019

Oliver’s Market Tackles Plastic Pallet Wrap Waste Reducing Plastic Footprint by 27 Miles a Year

Each year, because we have become busier and busier, our waste generation has increased in all areas, especially in single-use soft plastic pallet wrap waste. Fortunately, we do recycle a majority of this clean waste stream in the back of the house with our wonderful distributor, Moresco, but with the recent limitations imposed on the […]

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