Groceries & Markets in Oakley

$5 Buys You a Coupon for a Free Pound of Coffee with a Purchase of Five or More Pounds of Coffee at Moschetti

Moschetti

Vallejo

For $5, receive a coupon for a free pound of coffee with the purchase of five or more pounds of coffee.

$5

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$39 for an Ethiopian Coffee Starter Set at Brundo Ethiopian Spice Company ($80 Value)

Brundo Ethiopian Spice Company

American Steel Studio

Perform elaborate coffee ceremonies for your guests by roasting green coffee beans and brewing them in a beautiful handmade jebena pot

$80 $39

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One-, Three-, or Five-Day Juice Cleanse from Uptown Juice Company (Up to 16% Off)

Uptown Juice Company

Downtown

Each cleanse includes six 16-ounce bottles of juice per day, plus a phone consultation with a holistic nutritionist

$89 $75

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$17 for $33 Worth of Delivered Organic Produce from Farm Fresh To You

Farm Fresh To You

Cental Napa

Delivered Organic Produce

$33 $17

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Six or Twelve $5 Vouchers for Bottles of Wine at Fat Grape Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Fat Grape Winery

San Francisco

Sample sulfite-free wines made from Californian grapes before purchasing bottles of your own; more than a dozen varietals available

$5 $2.50

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One or Two Mini-Mushroom Farms, or 2oz of Dried Chanterelles at Far West Fungi (Up to 50% Off)

Far West Fungi

Financial District

Growing kits include simple instructions and produce up to 2 pounds of shitake or tree-oyster mushroom; dried chanterelles used for cooking

$25 $13

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One or Two Bottles of Wine and Reserve Tastings for Two at Wattle Creek Winery (Up to 55% Off)

Wattle Creek Winery

Ghirardelli Square at Fisherman's Wharf

Guests sip stashed-away wines during reserve tasting at award-winning winery, then pick a bottle or two to take home

$82 $37

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20 Balloons, 4 Balloon Centerpieces, 8 Balloon Centerpieces, or a Balloon Arch from Air Lollipops (Up to 71% Off)

Air Lollipops

Daly City

Brightly colored latex balloons hang in single strands, decorate tables, or form 50 ft. arches

$20 $10

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Al Courchesne, affectionately known as "Farmer Al," planted his first peach orchard in 1976. In the years that followed, he learned the best ways to grow all sorts of other foods too, including apples, plums, and most anything else that can sprout in Californian soil. Eventually, Al started Frog Hollow Farm, producing steady harvests for more than 20 years as a certified organic farmer with a focus on sustainable practices.

Frog Hollow's success likely lies in Al's fine-tuned growing process. As harvest nears, Al and his staff purposely underwater the trees. They also leave every piece of fruit on the branch until it's completely ripened. The process results in a heavily concentrated flavor, which has garnered much attention from national publications, including the New York Times, Better Homes and Gardens, O Magazine, and Cooking Light Magazine.

Farmer Al keeps all 133 acres of his farm in constant operation. Therefore, the farm is generally closed off to the public except for occasional special events. Locals, however, have plenty of opportunities to taste the seasonal harvests without secretly stowing away inside incoming shipments of fertilizer. They can buy the fruit at Frog Hollow Farm Market inside of the Ferry Building or get it shipped directly to their home via the farm’s delivery program. Otherwise, they can head to the farm kitchen, where chef Becky Courchesne uses it in turnovers, cookies, and other goods. The farm also sends blemished, but useable produce to their Community Supported Agriculture Program.

11435 Brentwood Blvd
Brentwood,
CA
US

The Smiths don't have a family tree. Instead, their legacy stretches back through a long vine, all the way to the heirloom tomato farmers of Spain. In the 1970s, Janice, Ken, Bill, and Shirley Smith opened Smith Family Farm to carry on that legacy. Their staff has since grown to include cousins, other relatives, and family friends, all of whom lend a hand in growing the farm's seasonal produce. The literal fruits of their labor arrive at The Smith Family Farm Fruit Stand, which showcases a rotating selection of fresh basil, strawberries, peppers (both hot and sweet), and various other fruits and veggies.

The farm itself also welcomes visitors. Throughout the growing season, its gardens invite families to pick their own fresh fruits and vegetables, including plums, apricots, and squash. The farmers themselves double as educators, and their spring tours for elementary and preschool-aged children lift the curtain on farm life?which, of course, includes opportunities to dance along to bluegrass music.

4430 Sellers Avenue
Brentwood,
CA
US

In 1946, John Kinder opened his first meat market in the Bay Area town of San Pablo. More than 65 years later, Kinder continues to oversee daily operations at more than 15 neighborhood locations. He owes his continued success, in part, to the second- and third-generation family members who have leant their own tireless dedication to the company.

This dedication has certainly paid off. The Kinder family’s barbecue sauces, marinades, and rubs consistently take first-place ribbons from judges across the country and have earned the market a loyal following of cowboys and outlaws alike. In a 2008 article on what to order at Major League ballparks, the New York Times hailed the ball-tip steak sandwich and its "mess of Kinder's smoky-sweet sauce" as a much-welcome relief from the fried menu items at McAfee Coliseum. :m]]

105 Town And Country Dr
Danville,
CA
US

At first glance, Danville International Market looks like a typical American corner store. There’s a small produce section in the corner with fresh fruit, loaves of bread on the shelves, and a station for tea and coffee. However, a closer look reveals the International side of its inventory. In addition to racks that hoist rice and spices from around the globe, the deli counter serves up Mediterranean favorites such as split pea stew, baba ghannouj, and kabobs. They also offer international pastries, including baklava and Persian cookies.

508 San Ramon Valley Blvd
Danville,
CA
US

For four generations, the Cutter family has tilled the land and reaped the harvests of Countryside Farms. The farm opens its gates to strawberry picking in the early summer months, and to cherry picking in June. As the seasons evolve, so do the attractions. When pumpkins reach their peak of ripeness, which is right before they turn into carriages, the farm hosts fall-themed attractions including hayrides and corn mazes. In addition to growing different crops, the farm houses a variety of friendly animals—Quackers the duck, Thanksgiving the turkey, and Dewey the horse, to name a few.

6666 E Main St
Stockton,
CA
US

Edible Arrangements' fresh, artful fruit baskets and boxes combine the aesthetic elements and emotive properties of floral arrangements with the juicy deliciousness and socially acceptable edibility of fruit. Enjoy the fruity deliciousness of en elegant box of chocolate-dipped tree candy in a plethora of varietals including strawberries, Anjou pears, apples, oranges, pineapple daisies, and bananas. All the fresh, juicy slices are hand dipped in Edible Arrangements' gourmet semisweet chocolate blend. Receiving a box of dipped fruits can turn a frown into an upright grapefruit wedge, a tear into a three-tiered citrus structure, and a friend into still just a friend, but one with a sweet, balanced diet.

10318 Trinity Pkwy
Stockton,
CA
US

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