10ml ORGANIC Extra Virgin Olive Oil in Spray- superior quality!
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- 100% fresh Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oils of superior quality.
- Guarantee the exceptional quality of the final product.
- Two places where cultivated our olives, in Argolida, Peloponnesus and Greek Island of Ikaria.
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- We didn't use any toxic or chemical products in all production process of Olives
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We offer only 100% fresh Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oils of superior quality, derived directly from us and packed in a small quantity, which guarantee the exceptional quality of the final product. We cultivated olives for oil and edible and we didn't use any toxic or chemical products in all production process of Olives. We have two places where cultivated our olives, in Argolida, Peloponnesus and Greek Island of Ikaria. You can see the details near the photo. 10ml Produced in:1. Argolida / Peloponnesus / Greece 2. Ikaria Island / Greece First press. Cold pressed. Free acidity no more that 0.8 gram per 100 grams (Acidity 0-0.8%). Fit for consumption, as it is 100% natural. Lovely Olive Oil Natural Aroma Excellent for use: Pastas, salads, or other sauces. Poultry, pork, or fish. Traditional Greek or Italian dishes. Store in a cool and shadowy place With expiration date. JAN. 2017 What you should know about Olive Oil Extra Virgin Olive Oil Greece is the third largest producer of olive oil in the world and world’s largest producer of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Greek oil is renowned for its excellent organoleptic properties and Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oils has a variety of aromas, tastes and styles. In a good year, 95% of the Cretan harvest is classified as Extra Virgin and the area has a deserved reputation for producing oils of exceptional quality. The most common variety used in oil production in Greece is the Koroneiki olive. This variety grows particularly well in Crete and the Extra Virgin Olive Oil, produced in the mountains there, is said to be amongst the best in the world. Most of Crete’s oil is exported to other european countries for blending to upgrade their final product.