Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This board is about the qualities of superior Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
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Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Which Olive Cultivars are commercially grown in South Africa? Read this post to find out. www.facebook.com/olivefactory

Healthy soil means healthy olive trees, healthy olives and a healthy you. #qualityEVOO Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

Healthy soil means healthy olive trees, healthy olives and a healthy you. #qualityEVOO Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

Healthy soil means healthy olive trees, healthy olives and a healthy you. #qualityEVOO Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

Healthy soil means healthy olive trees, healthy olives and a healthy you. #qualityEVOO Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

Fatty Acids and Free Fatty Acids Explained    What is the acidity value of olive oil and why is it important? Well, there is in fact two terms that need some explanation: “fatty acid” content and the level of “free fatty acid” (FFA).  Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

Fatty Acids and Free Fatty Acids Explained What is the acidity value of olive oil and why is it important? Well, there is in fact two terms that need some explanation: “fatty acid” content and the level of “free fatty acid” (FFA). Read the full post at www.olivefactory.ie.

No pesticides are administered on the fruit or leaves of our trees, instead we use pheromone traps to control fruit and olive flies. Follow this link for the full post: http://bit.ly/QuEVOO5

No pesticides are administered on the fruit or leaves of our trees, instead we use pheromone traps to control fruit and olive flies. Follow this link for the full post: http://bit.ly/QuEVOO5

What makes an Olive Oil Extra Virgin? There are three requirements that an Olive Oil has to meet in order to be classified as “Extra Virgin”: 1) The production process must take place at a temperature of 30℃ or less - described as “cold-pressed”. 2) The oil can't have a free acidity level of more than 0.8 gm per 100 gm; 3) It must be produced entirely by mechanical means without the use of any solvents. Extra Virgin Olive Oil distinctive flavours: fruity, bitter and pungent.

What makes an Olive Oil Extra Virgin? There are three requirements that an Olive Oil has to meet in order to be classified as “Extra Virgin”: 1) The production process must take place at a temperature of 30℃ or less - described as “cold-pressed”. 2) The oil can't have a free acidity level of more than 0.8 gm per 100 gm; 3) It must be produced entirely by mechanical means without the use of any solvents. Extra Virgin Olive Oil distinctive flavours: fruity, bitter and pungent.

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