Oil & Vinegar opens 100th store in Puerto Rico

Oil & Vinegar opens 100th store in Puerto Rico

The Dutch company Oil & Vinegar has opened its 100th store in Puerto Rico. In all its stores, and now also in the Caribbean, it uses its formula based on creating a culinary experience.

Culinary gift items

"Our customers come back for presents they can compile any way they like", marketing manager Esther van Vonderen said. "That can be an artisan sage pesto or beautiful balsamico vinegar or even an entire dinner with a delightful recipe, china and other ingredients. Only the fresh foods need to be added."

 

After its foundation in the Netherlands in 1999, the chain expanded to several other countries: Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Canada, Brazil and the United States. Its product range of oils, vinegars and related products for cooking and dining are always at the heart of each store, although it now also has expanded its range with gift items.

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