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Mother's Day Gift Box

Mother's Day Gift Box

Mother’s Day Gift Box at HOPE Farmers Market

“My mother, Elena Ríos, sang like a dove…like a paloma. She inspired me to explore new horizons and to work in creating stronger families and communities,” says Rosa Ríos Valdez, co-founder and president of Salud de Paloma.

Our olive oils are named “Paloma” to celebrate Rosa’s mother and her journey with diabetes. Originally from Guanajuato, Mexico, she loved her family, and she loved great food – she passed down these two traditions to Rosa, which we now share with you and your family. Su familia.

Mother’s Day in the United States is an annual holiday celebrated on the second Sunday in May. Mother’s Day recognizes mothers, motherhood and maternal bonds in general, as well the positive contributions that they make to society. Read More →

Volente Olive Fest – April 20, 2013 – Seeking Vendors

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Seeking Local Product Vendors:

Next month, on Saturday April 20, 2013, the Village of Volente and community partners will host the FIRST ANNUAL VOLENTE OLIVE FEST.

We are inviting vendors to sign up and sell their locally made / produced products. The cost of the booth space has been kept to a minimum of $40. This is a family event with no entrance fee to all attending. The goal is to have fun and to Celebrate All Things Olive!

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First Sales at Farmers Markets and Local Shops

Salud de Paloma at HOPE Farmers Market grand opening in Austin, Texas - customers say: I love Texas olive oil

First Day at HOPE Farmers Market – Austin, Texas

Our first day of sales for Salud de Paloma Extra Virgin Olive Oil was at the Sunday HOPE Farmers Market in East Austin on March 10, 2013. We were honored to be there for the grand opening of their new location at Plaza Saltillo! In addition to an expanded list of vendors (including us!), there was music by the Whiskey Shivers and festivities. Kate Thornberry, food writer at The Austin Chronicle, called the new space “wonderful,” and she added, “The vendors are under permanent roofing, keeping them and their produce cool and dry. The Plaza is beautiful, with lots of convenient places to sit and eat, it looks and feels like a gracious Spanish Plaza.”  Read More →