Fermentable: Living Fermented Food Choices

The hills are alive with the sound of music and likewise, fermented foods are alive with friendly bacteria. Fermented foods help you gain natural probiotics from food sources to aid digestion, immunity, and even cardio health and mood benefits. Here’s where to find a grand selection of natural, probiotic-rich fermented foods. Even more are to be found in our dairy case with the yogurts and kefir, but that’s another story for another day. We have arranged these in our refrigerated case so that you’ll easily be able to find what you’re looking for.



King of fermentation might be Kombucha. View it all down the left-hand panel in our refrigerated case. We offer a huge selection in a variety of flavors from several producers and, frankly, they are very popular. You’ll find Kevita, Baba’s Brew, GT’s, Health-Ade, Jacob’s Raw tonics and more.

fermented foods in store

Fermented Foods

Shop probiotic-rich crafted fermented foods and condiments including many varieties of sauerkraut and beyond. Get pickles, beets, kimchi, carrots, and much more alive with friendly bacteria for good health. Commonly available pickles use harsh means that kill off these probiotics. Don’t put up with it! Eat for good health with cultured food in your diet. You’ll be eating for good taste as well!


live active culturesProbiotic-Rich Olives

Alive & Well brings you gourmet, probiotic-rich olives from the Mediterranean.



A rounder, fleshier green olive. A great snack or the perfect finish to a mixed drink. Grown and harvested on the island of Evia in the region of Rovies.


A rounder, fleshier olive. A perfect addition to your fresh salads. Grown and harvested on the islands of Evia in the region of Rovies.


The most flavorful Kalamata olive you’ve ever tasted. Toss them into pasta for a flavorful kick. Sourced from the Sellasia region of the Peloponnese.


Alive & Well olives


Get probiotics by eating whole, probiotic-rich foods.

Fermentation Science

Do probiotics actually assist with digestion, immunity, and mood? The answer is a resounding YES. Check these out:

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