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house of vinegar
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The history of vinegar dates back 10,000 years. The ancient Sumerians used this liquid as a spice, preservative, medicine, antibiotic and cleanser, just as people do today. The word ‘vinegar’ is derived from the Latin words ‘vinum’ and ‘acer’, meaning sour wine. Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine, advised his patients in ancient Greece to drink vinegar.

It is a biologically produced vinegar which, in addition to acetic acid, also contains flavouring and mineral nutrients which are formed during fermentation and give the product its distinctive taste and aroma. It is widely used as a spice or seasoning for many dishes, sauces and pickles, fish and meat dishes, salads, canned vegetables and other household uses.
Marinade is used as a seasoning for vegetable salads, sauces, marinating meat, poultry, fish, preserving mushrooms and vegetables. It gives the products excellent aroma and taste.
The honey-flavoured product is made from glucose-fructose syrup.