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Vetro Mediterranean Foods - Rotorua

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vetro logo2 For those who don’t live in Hamilton, Napier, New Plymouth, Rotorua or Gisborne, you’ve got a treat in store when you visit those cities. That treat is Vetro Mediterranean Foods. It’s the same treat if you live in any of the five cities because the Vetro stores offer a great range of Mediterranean foods all in one place.

Think of bottled canned and packaged goods including gherkins, sauces, dried pasta, vanilla essences, confectionary, oils, couscous, purees, mustards, anchovies. Think of a range of wine, a chiller full of fresh meats including poussins and salamis, fresh pasta, breads and sausages.

Need a recipe book, look at the book shelf at Vetro and find some recipe books you might not see at your local chain bookstore. Feel like a cup of coffee and a snack, they’ll serve you that too.

Vetro stores are an unexpected delight with a balance of imported and local foods with the capacity to delight. They can become a regular shopping destination or a boon for a visitor looking for good food to cook while away from home.
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  • Correct contact details:
    1131 Amohau St, Rotorua
    Ph 07 346 0081
    Fx 07 346 0067

    Posted on 04 May 2013 by Kathy Fisher

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