Thank you so much to the Brookline Patch for highlighting our 5th anniversary in Brookline! Our family is thrilled to continue to serve our community. Check out the article here: Amid Pandemic Brookline’s Olive Connection Celebrates 5 Years
We are excited to share that Carol was recently featured in Boston Voyager! Follow the link below to read the article. http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/meet-carol-sapoznik-olive-connection-brookline-2/
Over the holiday season, we were delighted that SnapSuites , a luxury office space in the Back Bay, ordered Olive Connection gifts for their members. They were great to work with, and we were happy to keep in touch, especially when they asked us to be on their blog as part of their Featured Friday blog
We were proud to be voted the “Best New Business 2016″ in the Best of Brookline Business Awards alongside other award-winning Brookline businesses and to receive our award from Robert Kraft, owner of the Patriots,at a breakfast given by the Brookline Chamber of Commerce. It was a star struck morning, even though he referred to himself as
We are a family business. I am the Big Cheese and CFO…Morry (husband) is the salesman extraordinaire and janitor…Charles (son) is the food buyer and also salesman and keen on customer satisfaction.
Carol Sapoznik was the guest on Julie Kramer’s show on RadioBDC today talking about shopping local, the story behind opening the store, why they love Brookline, how they choose the products in their store and MORE! Listen to the segment.
This article was featured in the Boston Globe: Stroll through the Olive Connection in Brookline, which opened in August, and you’ll feel like planning a dinner party to try many of the shop’s interesting foods from artisanal producers. Carol and Morry Sapoznik (pictured), Brookline residents passionate about food and cooking, opened the store near Coolidge
Last week we were featured in Wicked Local Brookline and wanted to share the article that Jenna Fisher wrote. After years of living the life of vacation foodies, Carol and Morry Sapoznick retired from their day jobs and settled in for a culinary-filled quiet life. But that didn’t last long. A year after Carol left