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   California Olive Oils  



Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a heart-healthy fat!


Our Extra Virgin Olive Oils are California grown and certified. Being locally grown, the oil is fresh and of excellent quality. All of our Extra Virgin Olive Oils have met rigid standards set by the Olive Oil Commission of California to ensure authenticity of the extra virgin grade.


Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the cold-pressed result of the first pressing of the olives. It's considered the finest and fruitiest of the olive oils. Extra Virgin Olive Oil can range from a champagne color to greenish-golden to bright green. In general, the deeper the color, the more intense the olive flavor.


 Fats are essential to human life. And not all fats are bad. Healthy fats, such as Extra Virgin Olive Oil, can have many health benefits. The main type of fat found in Extra Virgin Olive Oil is monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs).  If your diet replaces saturated and trans fats with unsaturated fats such as MUFAs and polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), you may gain certain health benefits.


 MUFAs and PUFAs may help lower your risk of heart disease by improving related risk factors.  MUFAs have been found to lower your total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels. MUFAs may also help normalize blood clotting. And some research shows that MUFAs may also benefit insulin levels and blood sugar control, which can be especially helpful if you have Type 2 diabetes. According to the Federal Food & Drug Administration (FDA), eating two tablespoons of olive oil a day may reduce the risk of heart disease, due to its monounsaturated fat content.


Extra Virgin Olive Oil also contains polyphenols, a type of health-protective antioxidant, reducing the oxidative stress throughout your body. Like other antioxidants, polyphenols may help fight against aging-related diseases like heart disease, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and certain types of cancer. In addition to the anti-aging properties of polyphenols, they also contain strong anti-inflammatory properties.


 A small amount of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are also present in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, which are essential for brain health. Also Vitamin E, which is great for skin health.


Extra Virgin Arbequina Olive Oil: This versatile oil is perfect for a variety of uses in your kitchen. It has a delicate intensity and is great for vinaigrettes and pestos.


Flavored Olive Oils: Our flavored olive oils are infused with a variety of delicious flavors. Our Lemon infused Olive Oil is tangy and zesty. Our Blood Orange pairs nicely with our balsamic vinegars for a light and quick vinaigrette. Our Basil flavored Olive Oil is perfect for Caprese salads and pestos. And don’t forget the garlic! Our Roasted Garlic Olive Oil will flavor up any dish…from steaks to potatoes to sautéed vegetables…you name it! And for even more flavor, try our Roasted Garlic Olive Oil infused with Herbs and Sun Dried Tomatoes.


Uses: Olive oil has been the main cooking oil in countries surrounding the Mediterranean, a mainstay for the world’s longest living cultures. It's healthful, versatile and delicious! Extra virgin olive oil is excellent for use in cold dishes and salad dressings. The flavor is stronger when used with foods that are cold, but can also be used for sautéing. Baking with olive oil is a good way to cut saturated fat.


Other Uses:  Extra virgin olive oil is loaded with antioxidants like vitamins A and E. The same benefits that you experience on the inside can be used for the outside too.


Extra virgin olive oil can be used as a moisturizer. It protects and shields your skin, and can help repair damage from sun, smoke and pollutants. Use on skin that is slightly damp and massage in.

Make a mixture of extra virgin olive oil and sea salt for a natural exfoliate scrub to remove dry scaly skin.


Use it for dry cracked nails. Rub a few drops around cuticles and on nails to moisten and soften.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil should be stored in a cool, dark place.



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