WIN! Galician Octopus Set from The Good Food People

By That's Shanghai, March 30, 2020

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Passionate about what they eat and drink, and always on the lookout for truly unique products in the market, The Good Food People curate and import artisanal products, wines and spirits made with a lot of love and deliver them straight to your door without hassle. They are such good people, in fact, that they are offering one lucky That's reader the chance to win a Galician Octopus Set, as featured in our Quarantine Cooking series.

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RMB50 Off for All That's Readers

Whether you are the lucky winner or not, The Good Food People are offering all That's readers a RMB50 discount on orders over RMB200, valid for one-time use. Simply enter the code THATSTGFP when you place your order. And if that isn't enough, each order will also be gifted a bottle of extra virgin olive oil from Montánchez. That offer is while stocks last though, so get ordering! 

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WIN!

The Good Food People are offering a Galician Octopus Set to one lucky That's reader. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our WeChat account (ID: Thats_Shanghai) along with your email address, delivery address and phone number.

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