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Ole Tyme Produce Unveils Healthy Initiative

Ole Tyme Produce, a prominent woman-owned fresh food distributor, proudly announces its new healthy initiative aimed at fostering partnerships with local woman-owned suppliers and minority-owned farmers

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Ole Tyme Produce Launches New Logo to Commemorate 50th Anniversary

Ole Tyme Produce, Missouri’s Largest Woman-Owned, Fresh Food Distributor, celebrates 50th Anniversary with a limited-edition logo.

Founded in 1973, Ole Tyme Produce has built a strong reputation for providing customers with the freshest, highest-quality fruits and vegetables available.

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Families can receive free produce at 3 St. Louis County Public Library branches

This is part of a widespread effort to keep families and youth fed during the summer months.

Families could drive up to three different St. Louis County branches to get a box of fresh fruits ands vegetables for their tables on Thursday. 

Local Produce Company Nationally Certified as Women-Owned Business

Ole Tyme was started in St. Louis in 1973, by Joe and Louise Daleo. In 2001, Joe andLouise’ daughter, Joan Daleo, became President of the company continuing the familytradition and building upon the company’s foundation of integrity, excellence andquality.

Ole Tyme has grown into the largest woman-owned, fresh food distributor in the region

Ole Tyme was started in St. Louis in 1973, by Joe and Louise Daleo. In 2001, Joe and Louise’ daughter, Joan Daleo, became president of the company continuing the family tradition and building upon the company’s foundation of integrity, excellence and quality.

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In St. Louis, Ole Tyme Produce is Donating Grocery Boxes to Employees of Its Restaurant Clients

A St. Louis-area produce distributor is helping out the employees of its clients who havebeen hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Ole Tyme Produce: Creating a Sustainable Food Supply Chain through Partnerships and Practices

Born out of a converted filling station in St. Louis back in 1973, Ole Tyme Produce has grown to become a vital part of the Missourian food supply chain.

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Ole Tyme Produce delivering fresh produce to health care workers

Ole Tyme Produce in St. Charles will be delivering boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables to health care workers every week.


Consumers can now order a variety of fresh food and grocery items online to be picked-up at a location of their choice – and have it delivered to their vehicle upon arrival.