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This Casa Anadia Júnior Olive Oil was conceived as part of a partnership with the goal of promoting healthy eating among children.
Casa Anadia Júnior Olive Oil is produced in the Ribatejo region, with a tradition of olive oil production dating back to the 17th century. It is an oil suitable for more young consumers.
This olive oil was selected from a specific batch of olives, harvested at the ideal time, extracted with the best cold extraction methods.
This Casa Anadia Júnior Junior Olive Oil is an extra virgin, fruity, sweet oil, with an exceptionally low acidity, which has not been filtered to retain all its propertiest.
This Casa Anadia Júnior Olive Oil was conceived from a harvest carried out in a traditional and mechanical way through vibration, at the point of perfect maturity, followed by cold extraction, a continuous two-stage process, decanter, approximately 2/3 hours after harvesting.
Tasting Notes: This olive oil is characterized by its softness and a sweet sensation as a complex fruity oil with notes of ripe fruits and nuts, like almonds.
Main varieties: Frontoio e Arbequina.
Awards achieved: We are very proud of Portuguese olive oils! This one in particular has accumulated distinctions and awards all over the world:
- Portugal: Bronze, silver and gold medal between 2011 and 2019 at the NATIONAL OLIVE OIL COMPETITION OF PORTUGAL;
- Canada: it was awarded OLIVE D´OR SIAL, Silver Medal - Medium Fruity 2011;
- China: it won Silver medal at CHINA OLIVE OIL COMPETITION - 2014 & 2013 and Great Mention - Medium Fruity 2012;
- Germany: at INT. OLIVE OIL CHALLENGE (SELECTION MAGAZINE) it won 4 stars in 2013 and 2012;
- Japan: at the INTERNATIONAL OLIVE OIL COMPETITION, it won Silver Medal in 2015 & 2012;
- USA: at NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL OLIVE OIL COMPETITION, it was awarded Silver Medal - 2015, Gold Medal - Medium Fruity 2013, and at LOS ANGELES INT. EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL COMPETITION, it won Silver Medal -Medium Fruity in 2014.
|Type||Extra Virgin Olive Oil|
|Btl. Capac||0.50 Liter|