Costco Wholesale 220 Sylvania Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Costco is a one-stop shopping locale for a long list of items available in its warehouse-style facility. Members can buy…More everything from beer, wine and liquor to breads and desserts, meats and fish, fresh produce and a variety of frozen goods. The massive store also houses a photo department, optical department, pharmacy, tire center and gas station. Staff can also help with buying a hearing aid, travel plans and auto buying.
Century 21 Award Real Estate 1307 Ocean St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Backed by the nationwide chain of realtors, this local office brings the best of the large corporation to your area with…More local real estate agents who know and understand their diverse communities. With years of experience, Century 21 Realty has a handle on the needs and problems of home buying and selling. With a long free list of homes to peruse and relevant local information on schools, neighborhoods and shopping, their website is chock full of good reasons to use their services.
Black China Bakery 104 Bronson St, Santa Cruz, CA95062 Black China is a wholesale bakery where local businesses can buy scrumptious vegan cakes and cupcakes. The business is…More located in the industrial Seabright Station, and is not open to the public.
Crossroads Trading Co. 811 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Crossroads is an eclectic store that offers clothing and accessories for men and women. Retail items include shoes,…More shirts, blouses, belts, jackets, sunglasses and purses. In addition, Crossroads buys and trades new and used clothing, accessories and shoes. It will also make a donation to a local charity every time a customer passes up on taking a shopping bag for their items at checkout.
Enterprise Rent A Car 1303 Ocean St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 In keeping with the community it serves, this Enterprise location is a "green branch," with 10-15 hybrid vehicles to…More rent out at any given time. The hybrids are popular, sometimes rented by locals as an extended "test drive" before deciding to buy one. This location occasionally has convertibles, but check in advance if you really want to drive along the coast with the top down. Returns are only allowed to a different location on a seasonal basis. There is also an extra fee for younger drivers (ages 21-24). For UCSC students, that may be partially offset by a student discount.
Westside Farmers Market 2801 Mission St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 The Westside Farmers Market features fresh produce, meats, seafood and flowers from local producers. Patrons can…More also sample from various restaurants and buy signature coffees, prepared meals and artisanal foods. A list of participating farmers and vendor is avilable on its website. This market is part of the greater Santa Cruz Community Farmers Market family, with four other locations throughout Santa Cruz, Felton and Scotts Valley. The SCCFM arranges parking accommodations on the adjacent grassy field off Mission.
Elizabeth Van Buren Aromatherapy makes 70 different therapeutic-grade essential oils and more than 20 blends for…More retail and wholesale customers. The Old Sash Mill office only sells to wholesalers, but the general public can buy Van Buren products at the Herb Room, Staff of Life and Aptos Natural Foods. Formerly called Body Love Natural Cosmetics, the local company's organic products are free of pesticides, parabens and synthetics.</p>
<p>Elizabeth Van Buren is a longtime educator, healer, formulator and advocate of using therapeutic essential oils for integrative medicine. She aims "to bring botanical healing products that bring holistic health and aromatic balance to a world just awakening to the need for preventative medicine," according to her Web site. She also sells skin and body care products made with aloe vera for sensitive skin. </p>
This eco-friendly, certified organic farm is located on 65 acres along the San Lorenzo river and Wadell Creek…More in north Santa Cruz County. The company's goal is "to provide the finest quality produce at the best value while respecting the land, the people and the surrounding environment." The public can buy Route One Farms' produce at local farmers' markets and stores such as New Leaf markets, Shoppers Corner and Staff of Life, as well as at restaurants such as Gabriella Cafe and Dharma's. It delivers baskets of vegetables to clients around the county for $15 per or $25 a week, depending on box size. The farm's offerings change weekly, but may include various herbs, greens, roots, fruits and flowers.</p>