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Petramora has become a marketplace of reference in terms of small and medium producers of quality food in Spain. Specializing so far as an online gourmet store, the brand is betting big by opening its first physical store in Madrid, specifically in a street as emblematic of the capital as Barquillo and that, as they say from their networks, is “the street of sound; a house that we have been building for more than 12 years and that, now more than ever, will also be yours”.

This offline journey is not something new, since last April also opened its first physical space in Benavente (Zamora), province where it was born 11 years ago and has been evolving in order to make accessible quality products, seasonal and large producers. Now, it wants to continue promoting its presence throughout Spain by opening more stores.

A food reference now in Madrid

The Madrid store arrives with the aim of bringing to the city the heart of its project – pasture-raised meat and sheep dairy products from its own livestock – as well as a wide variety of fresh and healthy ready-made dishes prepared by Barcelona chef Jordi Vilá and Olivia te cuida and a selection of sandwiches whose common thread are the products of its Dehesa de la Guadaña.

In this new space you can also find a representation of the products of its marketplace as sausages, oils, artisan cheeses, preserves and a selection of wines with Designation of Origin. The idea is that it becomes a place to go and come back to, a meeting place, an expression of our work as producers and selectors of products and ready meals.

The Madrid store is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm, and on Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm.
Where? At 40 Barquillo Street, 28004, Madrid.