14-01-2023 by redazione
Italian excellence abroad.
How many times have we heard this expression, often used inappropriately or as a euphemism. In the case of quality products of our food and wine tradition, it is rare and difficult in Kenya to make renowned brands and affordable prices coexist, due to intercontinental importation and the gamble of a market that is still very new, though with enormous potential.
Vinyasa, the importer of quality products that has recently renovated its sales space on the Malindi-Mombasa, just outside the city center, right in front of the Malindsian airport, has already assimilated these concepts and, on the strength of its 30 years of experience in the sector, is bringing to Kenya real homegrown excellence.
Starting, for example, with extra virgin olive oil, which has never before turned into a luxury good in this country as it has in recent times.
Paul Taura, Vinyasa's manager with a long militancy in Italian restaurants in Malindi, explains the company's choice for the benefit of those who love our irreplaceable condiment.
"Vinyasa has decided to rely on Cavanna Olii, the largest olive oil factory in northern Italy," Paul explains, "a giant of 22500 square meters covered, winner in 2020 of the gold medal for quality in Berlin. A certified and highly reliable company, exporting to 50 countries around the world."
Cavanna oil, distributed in the main supermarkets in Malindi and in the best restaurants and hotels, is just one of many new products, ready to amaze you with its competitive price, against a quality that is superior to what is found especially in large supermarket or mall distribution. Vinyasa sells retail and wholesale and is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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