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A great recipe for a store

Ontrays2 Ontrays in Petone in Wellington is a real shop. They do not sell anything via the internet; in fact they don’t even take credit cards over the phone.

They do, however, give you fantastic service when you come in to their store; they’ll discuss anything with you. Including a fantastic repertoire of recipes and ingredients, Valda and Steven have expertise in Halal, Kosher and vegan dietary requirements. Customers really appreciate knowledge and good service.

The store carries a vast array of excellent products, from olives and extra virgin olive oils, local and imported cheeses and smallgoods, and of course, if you need a bottle of great wine to go with your great food, then they have that too. Catering for both New Zealanders and internationals (it's sometimes known as the South African shop), there’s a myriad of sometimes unfamiliar products and tastes, but that is what makes this store such a wonderful experience.

Ontrays adhere to a sustainable business model using bio-degradable packaging where possible, and recycling as much as they can.

Ontrays ingredients are fine foods, passion, respect and knowledge. This is a great recipe.
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