Photo courtesy of   Edible Northeast Florida

Photo courtesy of Edible Northeast Florida

Shai Tzabari, and his wife Charlotte, have developed a unique business in the processing and selling of pickles and olives at several farmers’ markets in Northeast Florida. The brines for pickles and olives are a handmade blend of spices. Shai also sells homemade kimchi (a blend of locally sourced carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers, and cabbage) and hummus at his booth. Filling a niche in the artisan food scene here with in house cured products, Shai gathers his pesticide free and environmentally consciously grown produce from non-commercial, non-industrial family farms. While he does buy olives from New Jersey, Virginia and California out of necessity, he has recently cured his first batch from a neighboring GA olive grove. He has also cultivated a relationship with a farm that is growing his pickle cucumbers. His goal is two-fold: to increase Florida relationships so that his products is in the brining liquid in less than twenty-four hours after being picked and to give back to the community as much as he can by supporting farmers and protecting the environment.  You will understand the Tzabari’s commitment to healthy food in our community on their website…. “ we make our decisions based on the “triple bottom line” of people, planet and profits.”

Find Olive My Pickle at the following farmers’ markets: Jacksonville Farmers’ Market(Beaver Street), Fernandina, Riverside Arts Market, Beaches Green, St. Augustine Amphitheater, St. Augustine Pier, Flagler Beach, and Orange Park.

Olive My Pickle  |  904-619-9674  |  hello@olivemypickle.com  |  www.olivemypickle.com


Slow Food Team