Oakland Gourmet Food Store Piedmont Grocery Co. Now Offers Large Varieties of Fall Apples

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — As a full-service Oakland grocery store the Bay Area for more than 100 years, Piedmont Grocery Co. now has a wide variety of fall apples available.

"Fall is not fall without apples. Once the local varieties show up in the store, we start to get excited about the season and the string of holidays that follow. A great thing about the Bay Area is the access we have to so many apple types, both heirloom and those more recently cultivated," Amy Pence of Piedmont Grocery Co. said.

Piedmont Grocery’s current apple selection includes Ambrosia, Cameo, Gravenstein, Honeycrisp, MacIntosh, Pink Lady and Sierra Lady.

"We will let you know as the heirlooms arrive later in the month. They are all great for eating, baking and adding to recipes," Pence said.

A family-owned business, Piedmont Grocery Co. has been operating out of the same Oakland location since 1902, offering generations of East Bay shoppers a wide selection of goods. It is a full-service grocery store, meat store and gourmet food store all rolled into one. From imported European grocery items and snacks to an extremely diverse cheese department to its impressive array of wines and spirits, Piedmont Grocery Co. can provide anything and everything.

Piedmont Grocery Co. also offers a great selection of organic goods, and high-quality produce is always available. Parking in the Bay Area is almost always a challenge, which is why Piedmont Grocery offers an hour of free parking.

For more information about Piedmont Grocery Co., call 510-653-8181 or view the Oakland grocery store on the Web at piedmontgrocery.com. Piedmont Grocery Co. is located at 4038 Piedmont Ave. in Oakland.

About Piedmont Grocery Co.

For more than 100 years, Piedmont Grocery’s goal has been to offer the very best products it can find. Along the way, it has created the tastiest takeout bar on the avenue, expanded its international aisle to accommodate new tastes and ushered in the Bay Area’s obsession with fresh, seasonal and local food.


Amy Pence