200 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, CA 94965 | 415-729-9582
Store hours: Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.


MARKET SPOTLIGHT

Nordic crisps, nut-free and satisfying

Danish architect Tina Diep began her quest for a better snack after learning her 1-year old son Ike was allergic to nuts and soy. Finding that most snack foods are heavily processed and contained these allergens, she decided to make her own. Tina founded Hungry Bird Eats in Brooklyn in 2016. Created from a traditional recipe for Danish knækbrød, these baked rye crisps are a healthy, real-food alternative for kids and adults.

Japanese plums pickled in Berkeley

Ayako Iino grew up enjoying her mother’s homemade umeboshi in the Chubu region of Japan. There, the salt-cured plum is a traditional condiment eaten with steamed rice. While living in California to study, Ayako met a farmer in the Central Valley who grew Japanese plums — a rare find in the states. Ayako launched Yumé Boshi to cure ume the traditional way: with sea salt and red shiso leaves.

THIS MONTH’S SPECIALS

FORAGER

Creamy, dairy-free Cashewgurt is rich in probiotic goodness. Gluten and soy-free. All flavors.

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THREE TREES

So simple: water and organic almonds. Just like you’d make it at home. All almond milks.

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LIVING INTENTIONS

Sprouted almonds are packed with nutrients. They’re soaked, then dried until crunchy and bright.

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WOODSTOCK

Easy-spread peanut butter in a big jar. Makes many excellent PB&J’s. All varieties.

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REBBL

From Emeryville, coconut-milk elixirs powered by herbs including maca, turmeric and reishi.

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DIVINE ORGANICS

Raw cacao nibs, powder, and butter. Intensely flavorful and nutritious. All cacao products.

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THE DELI

Our deli counter is loaded with fresh baked goods, meats, cheeses, salads, soups, casseroles. Our crew offers original, delicious sandwich and wrap combinations as well as familiar standbys. Something you don’t see on the menu? Ask us.
We serve an exceptional range of coffees, teas, and fresh juices.
If you have time to linger, grab a table in our adjacent cafe area, or take a seat outside in the sun.

AROUND THE TABLE AT DRIVER’S

Innovative chefs, entrepreneurs and community leaders share ideas and insights about food policy, nutrition, cooking and other topics around our community cafe table. Come join us for an upcoming Driver’s Market event.

Think Before You Spray! Alternatives to toxic pesticides for garderners

Thursday, August 24 @ 7 pm

Join us on Thursday, August 24 at 7 pm when members of the Think Before You Spray coalition discuss the overuse of weedkillers in Marin gardens. The presentation will address: • Why pesticides are harmful • Alternative methods to weed control • How to identify your weeds • How to stop the invaders.

Then, dig deeper with an expert: A professional local farmer will discuss organic weed and pest control, and answer your questions.

The Think Before You Spray campaign is a collaborative, community-driven project in Marin County to raise awareness among Marin residents about alternatives to the use of toxic landscape products– around people’s homes and businesses – and to reduce the overall use of pesticides. Learn more at www.YardSmartMarin.org.


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SAUSALITO ART WALK @ CALEDONIA

Stop by Driver’s for Art Walk on Wednesday, August 9.

We are incredibly passionate about two very important things: people and food.
It is our goal to offer foods that you can trace back to the people that grew and produced them.


THE DRIVER’S FAMILY

Our mission sustains the knowledge, dedication and friendliness of our staff. We’re all proud of Driver’s Market and proud to be part of the Sausalito community. We’re ready to answer your questions and help you make the best food choices for you and your family.

DRIVER’S INSIGHTS

Harvest for a Healthier World



Driver’s produce section is abundant with fresh organic produce from local farms. The fruits and vegetables we carry are grown without toxic pesticides, and our growers use organic and non-GMO seeds.
Driver’s produce section also offers organic and open-pollinated seeds from Redwood Seeds in Lassen, CA. Working with farmers Kalan and Cam Redwood, our produce manager Lauren Miller put together a selection of seeds that grow well in Sausalito’s coastal climate. Some of the seeds are exotic, heirloom varieties that will really stand out in your garden.
Read Lauren’s gardening tips here.

DRIVER’S DISCOVERIES
Seeds for Sausalito Gardens

HOPI BLUE CORN

Revered for its life-giving properties. This strain was gifted by a Hopi elder.

ARMENIAN CUCUMBER

Show off your green thumb with these impressive fruits — 18 to 36 inch long cucumbers!

PERUVIAN PURPLE PEPPER

A completely purple plant with purple to black hot peppers. Grows well on patio gardens.

KALE

Grows all summer and through the winter and doesn’t mind a cooler coastal garden.

SAKATA SWEET MELON

This Asian melon almost fits in your pocket! Harvest when green for crispy sweetness.

INDIGO ROSE CHERRY TOMATO

As beautiful as it sounds. Expect deep purple coloring where the sun touches the fruit.


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