Dairy & Frozen

We’re proud to offer products from California companies such as Straus and Redwood Hill Farm. Check out our frozen selection of local and non-dairy ice creams, quick meals, and sustainably-grown produce.

Milkman Almond Milk

Jeremy : January 17, 2016 4:13 pm : Dairy & Frozen

milkmanMilkman Almond Milk

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Blue Hill yogurt

kes : April 7, 2015 12:27 pm : Dairy & Frozen
Blue Hill YogurtBlue Hill yogurt

New savory yogurt from Blue Hill farms. What we love best about this yogurt, besides that it’s from grass-fed cow milk and locally-sourced vegetables: It’s so delicious as a mix-in!

We love to pair the Butternut Squash flavor with a baked sweet potato.

For ideas, go to In the Kitchen.


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Enter the Camel.

kes : September 17, 2014 9:35 am : Dairy & Frozen
Desert Farms Camel MilkDesert Farms Camel Milk

Now selling pasteurized, hormone-free, pasture-raised, California…camel milk!

It’s tasty & luscious! We also feel really good after drinking this, maybe due to the high levels of the amino acid GABA in camel milk.

And it’s also high in calcium & vitamin B1. (Further interesting science & research found here, through the Desert Farms website.)

Did you know that there are 18,000 cows per 1 camel in the U.S.?

Don’t let the high price of camel milk deter you. Splurge a little and give it a try!


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The champagne of almond milk

kes : April 16, 2014 8:05 pm : Dairy & Frozen, Highlights
Milkman almond milk 2Milkman raw almond milk


The Milkman‘s fresh & local almond milk is not your typical shelf-stable factory almond milk, chock full of preservatives & additives.

With The Milkman’s milk, freshly cracked, sweet young coconut water complements the raw almonds.

What you taste is something absolutely out of this world!

High in minerals (like calcium) and also high in electrolytes.

This is the perfect thirst-quencher for everyone.

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Puddin for dessert!

kes : March 8, 2014 10:40 pm : Dairy & Frozen, Highlights
kozyshackKozy Shack chocolate pudding and tapioca pudding

A quick weeknight dessert , or really – a dessert for any time of the day!

Luscious, traditional, wholesome, simple and UTTERLY delicious.


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Cultured cashew cheese lovers, unite!

kes : February 11, 2014 9:26 pm : Dairy & Frozen
Parmela CreameryParmela Creamery, tree nut cheeses and creamy pasta sauces

We love Parmela Parmesan, but weren’t sure what to expect with their new line of treenut creamy cheeses & creamy pasta sauces.

Very simple ingredients (cashews, coconut oil, cultures, etc) = a simply delicious & very pleasing treat.

Our favorite creamy cheese is the Black Pepper, with its shout of peppercorn.

You can find a row of Parmela Creamery’s cheese (as well as the Parmesan) in our Chill section, across from the dried fruit.


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Tomales Bay eggs

kes : November 7, 2013 2:55 pm : Dairy & Frozen
ieg and eggsFallon Hills Ranch pasture-raised chicken eggs

New from Tomales Bay, Fallon Hills Ranch eggs are deeeelishyuss.

You can find these eggs with the rest of our, well, pasture-raised eggs.


(Fallon Hills Ranch is just over 310 acres of pasture for cows and sheep, with animal rotation to allow each field time between grazings to regenerate foliage – and maintain vigorous grasses and healthy animals. From time to time, Fallon Hills Ranch will offer a tour and sumptuous dinner.)

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Living Apothecary

kes : July 15, 2013 8:46 pm : Dairy & Frozen
Living Apothecary vegan milkLiving Apothecary kefir water and vegan almond milks

Luscious, tasty & very nourishing.

Local from Oakland!

It’s our new favorite thing.

We’re especially big fans of the almond milks, devoid of the heavy oils found in the other nut/seed milks on the market.

Find the kefir waters in our kombucha cooler, and find the vegan milks in our cooler milk section.

(Not pictured: Turmeric vegan milk.) 


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Local rich, cream-top whole milk – in glass bottles!

kes : February 9, 2012 3:56 pm : Dairy & Frozen
St. Benoît Whole Jersey Milk, 1 liter, $3.89 + $1.50  bottle deposit

Local, Sonoma County-goodness from sweet whole Jersey cows. Real milk has this sort of buttery color to it. And we have it!

Drink up, everyone.

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