McEvoy Ranch Shop, San Francisco

McEvoy Ranch Shop, San Francisco

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1 Ferry Bldg., Ferry Building Marketplace, Shop #16, San Francisco, CA 94111, United States

Certified-organic olive oils and 80 Acres body products are among the items featured at McEvoy Ranch’s shop in the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco’s Embarcadero district waterfront. On her Petaluma ranch, Nan McEvoy and her staff harvest olives on plants brought from Tuscany, and their bottled olive oils are sold daily at the Ferry Building shop, where product-laden wooden shelves and displays are arranged under a glass arch. Olive oils include the signature Traditional blend as well as Olio Nuovo in the fall and Limited Edition in late spring. Gifts and organic produce are also available.

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