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Transition Announcement

Dear Valued Customer,

We are pleased to announce that Ellas Food Imports Inc. and Las Vegas Spice Co. have entered a joint agreement and are going through a transition phase until the end of November 2015. All invoices issued from Ellas Food Imports should continue to be paid to Ellas Food Imports Inc.

As of December 1st 2015, please forward all purchase orders to:

[email protected] or Fax to: 702‐696‐1393.

Invoicing from Las Vegas Spice Co. will begin as of December 1st, 2015. All invoices from Las Vegas Spices Co. must be paid to Las Vegas Spice Co., not Ellas Food Imports.

Delivery will be Monday‐Friday 8am‐5pm. Next day delivery is available as long as your order is in by 7pm the day prior.

Mailing and Contact Information:

Las Vegas Spice Co.
5045 Rogers St. Suite 8
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Tel: 702‐696‐1394   Fax: 702‐696‐1393
Website: www.LvSpiceCo.com

Please rest assured that Las Vegas Spice Co. is committed to offer the same great service Ellas Food Imports provided you. We pride ourselves on customer service and we understand the challenges and rigors of your position. We will make the transition as seamless as possible.

You can directly contact our owner, Paymon Raouf on his cell phone at 702‐296‐1884. It would be his pleasure to answer any questions you may have and he would love to come introduce himself personally.

Thank you in advance, we are looking forward to establishing long‐term relationship in our newest endeavor.

Sincerely,

George Sarbanis
Ellas Food Imports Inc. 
Paymon Raouf
Las Vegas Spices Co.
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LVRJ_LogoLAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Passion for natural ingredients drives spice company founder

When owner Paymon Raouf of Las Vegas-based Paymon’s Mediterranean Café & Hookah Lounge ordered a special seasoning blend from a spice company for his french fries, he noticed his employees coughing whenever they used the blend.

“When I read the ingredients, I realized the company used additives to the blend to cut costs,” Raouf said. “I knew I had to do this myself.”

In 2007, Raouf opened the Las Vegas Spice Co. and started making special blends for his friends in the restaurant industry. (Read More)

By ANN FRIEDMAN
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL


 

 

FoodBeverageFOOD & BEVERAGE MAGAZINE
Spice Bazaar Spices for Your Restaurant and Retail Needs

Hello friends and esteemed colleagues,

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, my experience, and what Spice Bazaar is all about. My name is Paymon Raouf and 26 years ago I stared my first restaurant called Paymon’s Mediterranean Café and Lounge. The restaurant continues to thrive today with two locations in Las Vegas. (Read More)


 

VegasSevenVEGAS SEVEN
Paymon’s Owner Takes on the Spice Trade

Across from the hostess stand in Paymon’s Mediterranean Cafe & Lounge on Maryland Parkway is a little door hidden behind a plant stand. It leads into a tiny room, not much more than a closet, thick with the heady aromas of a Middle Eastern bazaar. The storage racks are stacked ceiling-high with bags and bottles of Turkish turmeric, Syrian Aleppo pepper and Persian sumac. A small counter offers some workspace alongside a modest spice-bottling machine. (Read More)