Based on current CDC recommendations, all Sonoma Market associates are required to wear face masks while on the clock, and are given fresh face masks at the beginning of their shifts. All Sonoma Market guests are also required to wear a face covering, mask or scarf that is covering both nose and mouth while shopping in our stores. Thank you for your understanding.
With our California sun, high-quality ice cream is a must, and locally made ice cream is even better! In 2008, Humphry Slocombe founders, Jake Godby and Sean Vahey, brought their frozen world of fun to the ice cream lovers of San Francisco. With a passion for all things creamy and dreamy, they leave no flavor combination unexplored, no matter how surprising. We’re proud to share their fun and flavorful pints at Nugget Markets.
You know what they say about an apple a day! Whether for healthy snacking, adding to a salad, baking in a pie or trying in a savory application, apples are a favorite for a reason. These fantastic fruits are exceptionally versatile and incredibly easy to incorporate into your cooking. Get to the core of the matter with these pro tips!
Smooth, sweet and indulgent, our new Fresh to Market Caramel Cream is made in small batches by a family-owned company right here in California. The flavor and texture are as decadent as can be thanks to a 100-year-old French recipe cooked in traditional copper kettles. Drizzle over ice cream and other sweet treats, or get dipping with fresh apple slices and fun toppings!
Breaking news: Nugget Markets' coffee and juice bars are going strawless! It’s true, once we run out of our current supply, we will no longer provide plastic straws at our coffee and juice bars throughout the company (except as required by ADA). We hope you’ll join us in celebrating this sustainable step forward by raising a cup of your favorite coffee, smoothie or juice!
We all know voting is important, but did you know the foods you choose to purchase can also be a form of everyday, edible election? The term is actually called “voting with your fork,” because you place your values onto the food you purchase, which causes more of that food to be produced, thus affecting the market as a whole!