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New Businesses: Olde General Store, Kalamazoo Olive Co.

Two new Dunedin businesses celebrated grand openings Saturday (Aug 25).

The Olde General Store of Dunedin and Kalamazoo Olive Company celebrated grand openings Saturday.

Owner Peggy Saulsgiver moved The Olde General Store into the former  769 Main St. The shop, now painted in an antique barn red, sells American made toys, old-fashioned snacks, antiques and collectibles. 

James Ryan, who opened , celebrates his public grand opening Saturday. The gourmet grocery store specializes in premium olive oils and vinegars. It is located inside Independence Square Plaza at 1232 County Road 1 (near Winn-Dixie). Chef John Lewis will be doing food demonstrations; also enjoy complimentary Bloody Marys in the morning and free gifts with every purchase.

Both shops open at 10 a.m. 

Ron Endicott September 01, 2012 at 03:23 AM
Went to the The Olde General store grand opening on saturday. The place was awsome. The staff was friendly. As soon walked in the place gave off a great aroma from the soy candles. There is so many hidden treasures and trinkets big and small. This is fresh welcome addition to Dunedin. You can't miss the place with the unique sign. I just love the made in the USA products for sale there.

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