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At Oz Olive Oil
we carefully monitored olive growth and harvest to cold press milling using latest technology ensuring high quality standards and flavour are achieved.
With this Extra Virgin Olive Oil we believe we have made a unique quality cold pressed extra virgin olive oil that reflect the well known fresh fruity characteristics of Australia.
Enjoy this special oil on salads or cooking that extra special meal.

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    • Oz Olive Oil Atlas Imports Exports Pty Ltd. www.atlasimportsexports.com Email: info@atlasimportsexports.com At Oz Olive Oil we carefully monitored olive growth and harvest to cold press milling using latest technology ensuring high quality standards and flavour are achieved. With this Extra Virgin Olive Oil we believe we have made a unique quality cold pressed extra virgin olive oil that reflect the well known fresh fruity characteristics of Australia. Enjoy this special oil on salads or cooking that extra special meal.
    • Oz Olive Oil Atlas Imports Exports Pty Ltd. www.atlasimportsexports.com Email: info@atlasimportsexports.com Myth: Olive Oil Should Be Stored in the Refrigerator Throughout the years, you probably have heard chefs and magazines discussing the health benefits of olive oil. While you continue to hear about these benefits, you may be a bit unsure about what exactly these health benefits are or even how olive oil is made. This article will analyze the myths and facts regarding olive oil and try to clear up any misunderstandings about this natural oil. What Is Olive Oil? Olive oil is actually a fruit juice derived from pressing or mashing the olive. This oil is well known for its distinct aroma and flavor. Olive oil is versatile and can be used in many different cooking manners, including sautéing, stir frying, in marinades, or simply used as a dip for bread. Myth: All Olive Oils Are the Same Fact: Olive oil comes in virgin, extra virgin, pure and light versions. Virgin means that no chemicals were used in the process of extracting the oil from the fruit. Extra virgin means that the olive oil has undergone several tests to confirm its taste and to verify that it is free of defects. Light olive oil is not pure virgin olive oil. This form is a blend of pomace olive oil, which is olive oil that is extracted from the fruit using heat and chemicals, and virgin olive oil. Myth: Olives Are a Fruit Fact: Despite what your initial thoughts may have been, this statement actually is true. Olives are considered fruits. In their natural form, olives are very bitter and nearly inedible. To get the amazing taste and flavor, olives are cured in brine or oil. Myth: You Cannot Use Olive Oil to Deep-Fry Foods Fact: Despite olive oils lower fat content compared to other oils and therefore, low smoke point, olive oil is an excellent option for deep-frying. While deep-frying with olive oil would be more expensive than with other oils, it is possible and would add excellent flavor to your foods.
    • Oz Olive Oil Atlas Imports Exports Pty Ltd. www.atlasimportsexports.com Email: info@atlasimportsexports.com Myth: Olive Oil Is a Healthier Option than Butter Fact: This statement is true. Olive oil contains only 33% saturated fat while butter is composed of 66% saturated fat. Olive oil has no cholesterol, while a serving of butter has 33mg of cholesterol. Myth: All Oils Are Fattening, Including Olive Oil Fact: Extra virgin olive oil contains some of the highest amounts of monounsaturated fats compared to other oils. These fats actually help lower a person’s total cholesterol level and LDL cholesterol level, or bad cholesterol. When used in moderation, olive oil provides more health benefits than negative health issues. Myth: Olive Oil Should Be Stored in the Refrigerator Fact: Olive oil should not be stored in the refrigerator. When olive oil is chilled, it becomes cloudy and can even solidify and crystallize. While this does not harm the oil, it may affect the texture and consistency. Olive oil is perfectly safe stored at room temperature for at least two years. It is recommended to store olive oil in a cool, dark location. Olive oil reaches its peak flavor in its first two months. Source:http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy-eating/olive-oil-myths-and-facts.html live oil has become a favourite choice Olive oil has become a favourite choice among many cooks for its versatility and distinct taste. If you ever watch (or have even heard of) the popular TV cook Rachael Ray, you probably know that she is famous for using olive oil in most of her recipes. She has become so synonymous with the oil that she helped make it a popular fad, launched the abbreviation "EVOO" (for "extra
    • Oz Olive Oil Atlas Imports Exports Pty Ltd. www.atlasimportsexports.com Email: info@atlasimportsexports.com virgin olive oil") into common kitchen parlance and even markets her own brand of it. But the olive oil craze has also grown as studies continue to reveal its numerous health benefits. When researchers started looking into why people in the Mediterranean region are generally healthier and have a longer life expectancy than others, they found that this was largely a result of their healthy diet. And they believe that diet is so healthy because of their heavy consumption of olive oil. As you might expect, this is because olive oil is nutritious in and of itself. And we'll be talking about what researchers believe is in olive oil that makes it so healthy for us. However, it's important to keep in mind that olive oil is a healthy choice not only for what it is, but also for what it is not. Namely, while olive oil is actually good for maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, many of its cooking substitutes are decidedly bad for cholesterol. This includes butter or lard or anything that is partially hydrogenated. What's fascinating is that people in the Mediterranean region have been reaping the benefits of olive oil for millennia, without knowing all the scientific nutrition information we know today. Olive oil was highly valued in ancient Mediterranean cultures for use in food, but also as lamp fuel and other medicinal uses. There were legends about the origin of the olive tree, and it came to represent such things as peace and fertility. We get our English word "oil" from the Romans ("oleum"), who derived it from their word for olive ("oliva"). Although these days we can extract oil from olives with industrial machines, ancient people had to crush olives by foot or stone, or eventually with a mule-powered crushing mill. Crushed olives turn into paste, which they divided into sections and placed on discs. These discs were piled into stacks, which were squeezed together to extract the oil. Up next, we'll take a look at exactly which nutrients you'll find in a bottle of olive oil. Source: http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/food-nutrition/facts/olive-oil-nutrition-facts.htm
    • Oz Olive Oil Atlas Imports Exports Pty Ltd. www.atlasimportsexports.com Email: info@atlasimportsexports.com Logistics Presentation Weight Package Cartons per pallet Sell Price Glass Bottle Dorica 250 ML 250X6 $ 3.28 Glass Bottle Dorica 500 ML 500X6 152 Cartons $ 4.95 Glass Bottle Dorica 750 ML 750X6 140 Cartons $ 6.65 Glass Bottle Marasca 1,000 Ltr 1 LtrX6 128 Cartons $ 7.98 Glass Bottle Flagon 2 Ltr 2 LtrX4 80 Cartons $ 12.65 Prices are in AUD and F.O.B. from Australia Port