— A big smile on Valentine’s day at the Seabra Supermarket.
A few bottles of perfume and a few gifts to share.
And maybe some time for a hug.
On Valentine’s night, the store celebrates its 50th anniversary and is now one of the largest suppliers of natural products in the world.
In a rare move, Seabras store manager Mike O’Brien said customers are not allowed to touch the flowers or anything else.
He says customers are allowed to smell the flowers but must be careful not to touch them or even sniff them.
O’Brien says they have seen some couples come in and hug each other.
He said the store is happy to have a relationship with people.
The store has been in operation for 25 years and is owned by the United States.
Omri Ojibwe, who owns the store, said that many of the flowers are donated from the community and are sold on the day of the holiday.
Ojibwa said that people who don’t know the store well or who have not been in the store before may not know what they’re getting into.
Ojobwa said he hopes the store will be able to offer a little more variety.
Ombwa said the Valentine’s gift section is not limited to just natural products.
There is also a perfume section, gift boxes and even a book section.
The store was founded in 1928 and is run by a couple who have been running the business for almost 50 years.
The couple, Dr. Andries and Susan Wills, who run the store say that when they started the store 40 years ago, they wanted to provide a natural alternative to the high-priced natural products available in the stores.
The couple said they decided to keep the store as it was and that they had to find a way to keep up with the demands of the changing climate.
They say that natural products were not always what people wanted.