The Renaissance Olive Oil Company Celebrates Their Grand Opening In Muscle Shoals

By  | March 6, 2017 | Filed under: News, Shoals Chamber of Commerce

MUSCLE SHOALS-The Renaissance Olive Oil Company located at 711 Woodward Avenue in  Muscle Shoals, Alabama held a grand opening for their new location on Friday, March 3 at 12 noon.

The food was great the new location is beautiful and the olive oil is to die for.  The Shoals Chamber was there to help celebrate the event with a ribbon cutting.  Friends and family were along to sample the food and take a tour of the new location.

Now a little about Renaissance Olive Oil Company by Renaissance Olive Oil Company:

“The Renaissance Olive Oil Company welcomes you to its new location on Woodward Avenue in Muscle Shoals! We offer over 40 different olive oils and balsamic vinegars available for tasting and purchasing. Our products have never been refined or adulterated in any way. All flavors are all-natural. We take pride in the fact that we can trace each of our olive oils and balsamic vinegars to the farmers who have also taken pride in the cultivation and growth of their product.
We carry a variety of organic herbs and spices by the ounce, as well as several gift items, made with our Ultra Premium olive oils, that will help make your gift baskets complete! Now at our Muscle Shoals location, we offer a “Local Section” that includes Lyon’s Coffee, Brittle Bites, Mama’s Cheese Straws, Mothering Herbs, Red Gingham Gourmet, and Oaken Farre Apothics.
Renaissance Olive Oil Company is also available for private tastings and cooking demonstrations. Please let us share our knowledge and excitement with you about these Ultra Premium olive oils and balsamic vinegars!”

The Shoals Chamber was on hand to capture the celebration in photos.  We present them to you here:



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