June 23, 2014
Sue Conley and Peggy Smith are co-founders of Petaluma-based Cowgirl Creamery and its wholesale division, Tomales Bay Foods.
June 13, 2014
Registration for the 14th annual Women in Business Awards Gala, including a keynote address by Zappos.com Director of HR Hollie Delaney, will close June 20. “This is an awards gala, but we invite the broader business community to attend to hear the story of one of the world’s most interesting and innovative companies,” said Business Journal Publisher Brad Bollinger.
November 25, 2013
Petaluma-based Cowgirl Creamery and its sister wholesaler Tomales Bay Foods are expanding their storage and distribution capabilities in the city. …
Prospects for the long-envisioned Santa Rosa Food & Wine Center in one of two planned mixed-used developments at the SMART depot in Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square might be farther off because of a shortage of parking and the stalled timeframe for one of those redevelopments, the property controlled by The John Stewart Co. …
DBI Beverage Napa, Inc., a North Bay distributing company for La Vergne, Tenn.-based DBI Beverage, purchased a nearly 60,000-square-foot distribution warehouse in Fairfield for expansion. …
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency dropped from its Superfund National Priorities List of toxics-cleanup sites the former Sola Optical USA campus on Lakeville Highway at the south end of Petaluma. …
April 12, 2010
NOVATO — Whole Foods Market’s new store at 790 De Long Ave. will open on Thursday, April 22. The location will feature a wide range of products from more than 200 North Bay farmers and producers.