O-Superstore celebrates first year with anniversary sale

posted June 14, 2021 at 09:58 pm
by  Manila Standard Digital
From June 14-16, the online store of a leading manufacturer for the country’s food-industry needs is marking its first year with an anniversary sale.

O-Superstore celebrates first year with anniversary sale

O-Superstore, which started operating on June 15 last year, was established with the belief that a world-class experience is possible at any price point.

“To mark one year of adding value to anyone’s daily lifestyle, we want to celebrate with our loyal customers and open up our portfolio of over 300 local and international products to a wider audience,” said Lance Ferrer, Marketing Head of O-Superstore’s mother company Oleo-fats.

Exciting offers abound during O-Superstore’s anniversary sale.

Sitewide, there are more than 20 buy one-get one items, 10%-off items, and special discounts on select brands. To avail of the anniversary discount, customers must simply use the code OWSOME1 upon checkout.

All products from sustainable brands Ecozone and Ecostar, housed under O-Superstore, have a further 10% slashed off their original prices.

O-Superstore celebrates first year with anniversary sale

To cook up a one-of-a-kind kitchen experience, 20% is slashed off for prices of striploins by award-winning meat brands Black Tyde and Black Onyx. Customers can also check out meats by Farm Haven and Ambassador—wagyu, ribeye, and lamb chops—at introductory prices.

Ring in O-Superstore’s first year and shop to your heart’s delight. O-Superstore is also live on e-commerce platforms Shopee and Lazada.

Topics: O-Superstore , Lance Ferrer , anniversary sale , Ecozone , Ecostar
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