Revive, Rejuvenate

It’s been a long, sleepy winter, but we turn the tide in March, throwing open the doors on spring.  Part of coming out of hibernation means taking a closer look at our bodies, and, in particular, our skin. There’s a glut of anti-aging products, procedures, ointments and lotions on the market, but some of the most effective (and least expensive) products can be found in the produce section at Beverly Hills Market & Deli.


Catering for Your Every Whim

Maybe gourmet cooking is not your thing, and yet you’ve committed to hosting a holiday party for 25 of your closest friends. Our catering department can handle just about any request that comes our way. For more casual gatherings, we can help you put together veggie, fruit or sandwich platters to feed the hungriest of appetites. For parties that impress, select from a variety of hot entrees and side dishes guaranteed to please the most discriminating palate. Our selection of baked goods makes for the perfect ending to an already unforgettable party.



Beverly Hills Market customers benefit from our attention to detail as, each week, we carefully hand-select perfectly ripened fruits and vegetables for our produce area. Much of the produce is grown right here in California and delivered fresh from local distributors to our produce market each day. We carry traditional fruit and vegetable offerings, and also seek out more exotic varieties so you, our customer, has access to an abundance of produce, adding color and zest to any meal.


To Your Health

There truly is nothing more refreshing than a cool fruit (and veggie) smoothie on a warm day. The side benefit? If you throw in the right ingredients, your smoothie will not only give you a boost of energy, but will be full of antioxidants guaranteed to keep your heart ticking for a long time. We’ve all heard of them, but what do antioxidants do for us? Antioxidants strengthen our immune system and slow the aging process, but most importantly, they fight the undesirable free radicals in our body.


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