This year, Nugget Markets’ executive chef, Stazi Dulman, crafted the gourmet, multi-course menu featuring fresh seasonal dishes like grilled eggplant “caviar” crostini, chilled melon soup, grilled marinated leg of lamb and a seasonal berry trifle.
Recent Press Releases
“Our associates make all the difference,” said CEO and President, Eric Stille. “At Nugget Markets, it’s not just a job. Our environment is like a family that has fun, and we all come together to create something very special.”
“It’s the passion and energy that our talented associates bring to work each day that has made it possible for this company to successfully hit this 90th milestone. I’m proud of our associates and leadership team,” says Eric Stille, CEO of Nugget Markets, Inc. “and sincerely thank them, our vendors and neighborhood communities for support throughout the years.”
“Yolo Farm to Fork and the children of Yolo County are lucky to have Nugget Markets’ continued support,” said Suzanne Falzone, Board President of Yolo Farm to Fork. “Nugget Markets recognizes the importance of garden-based learning in our schools, and the value it has to education and whole child enrichment.”
“Creating a happy workplace is key to providing our communities with an extraordinary grocery experience”, say CEO and President, Eric Stille.
Elsewhere In The News…
Father’s Day Gift Ideas: Whiskey and cheese pairingKCRA TV,
Our Executive Cheese Buyer, Jeremy Patin, shows off the perfect whiskey and cheese pairings for Father’s Day.
Recycling commercial food wasteCity of Roseville ,
Our Solid Waste Utility operates a specially designed commercial organic waste collection truck that stops three times a week at Nugget Market, each time collecting at least two cubic yards of food waste. For the next few years, the Solid Waste Utility will keep Nugget’s food waste out of landfills by transporting it to an anaerobic digester in Sacramento, where it will be converted to natural gas and also used to create compost.
The anaerobic digester at Pleasant Grove will be built in a few years. Currently, we are collecting commercial organic waste, mainly from grocery stores and restaurants, in a collection vehicle built specifically to collect this kind of waste and create fuel elsewhere.
One of our customers, Nugget Market, is an enthusiastic partner. Jeremy Patin, the chain’s then sustainability coordinator, said food waste accounts for about 50 percent of Nugget’s waste stream. Finding ways to keep food waste out of landfills is an important priority for this locally controlled grocer.
“We’re really happy with the organic food waste service we get from Environmental Utilities Solid Waste division,” he told us. “It’s one of the best city-run programs around. If we can’t donate unused food, we divert it to keep it out of landfills.” Nugget Market keeps its food waste out of landfills by turning it into compost, liquid fertilizer and biofuel.
We also power-wash the store’s collection bin to keep it from degrading. “We really appreciate the way EU’s Solid Waste Utility is helping us run a clean, environmentally responsible business,” Jeremy said. “They’re responsive to our needs, and they’re great at communicating when a schedule changes.”
Stress Free Holiday CookingKCRA-TV, Channel 3,
Chef Stazi Dulman from the Nugget Market's joins us with tips on how to have a stress-free holiday.
Escape Holiday Stress with Chef-Prepared Holiday MealsFOX 40,
"The holiday season is supposed to be a relaxing time spent with family and friends ...Yes, stress is heightened during the holiday season but there are ways to address the challenges that can help make the holidays of your dreams a reality. Nugget Market has one answer - chef-prepared holiday meals!"
Chef-Prepared Holiday MealsGood Day Sacramento,
Nugget Market is coming to the rescue to help you make it through the holidays without the stress of worrying about the food.
Please direct all media inquiries to Kate Stille, VP of Marketing and Communications:
- (530) 669-3350
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