October 13, 2012

O &Co. Mediterranean Products and Discount Offer


A few years back, I had the pleasure to visit an O & Co. store in NYC (and found out they had a location in Short Hills, NJ as well!). 

I visited as part of a foodie tour in NYC (I highly recommend doing one of these tours if you get the chance!).  When we entered this lovely store, we were greeted by beautiful displays of olive oils, balsamic vinegars and an assortment of other Mediterranean food items. 

After sampling their Aged Balsamic Vinegar, I was hooked and took a bottle of it home with me.  I re-stock every time my bottle starts to look a bit low... there is a huge difference in the quality of the balsamic vinegar at O & Co. and what you find in the grocery stores. 

The bottle is pretty enough to keep out on your counter for display... and to keep it handy to use in an array of different recipes. 

This company prides itself on tradition, expertise and high standards so that they can bring you the best products from the Mediterranean. The company was founded 16 years ago with the intent to bring the flavors of the Mediterranean to the modern world. With a selection that ranges from olive oils, vinegars, tapenades and spreads, they are a go-to source for quality products.

In honor of the 16th Anniversary of O & Co., they are offering a coupon code to my readers!  This way, you can also enjoy the amazing flavors in your own home... even if you don't have a store locally!

The coupon code (link to the right) is good through October 16th, 2012... so, don't delay head on over and place your order today!  With the holidays coming up, not only can you dazzle your guests with the flavors of the Mediterranean, their selections would be perfect gifts for your favorite foodies!



Note:  This sponsorship is brought to you by O&CO. who we have partnered with for this promotion.

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