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Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 500ml bottle

This extra virgin olive oil is made from organic Nabali olives, an indigenous Palestinian variety that produces one of the highest quality oils in the world. Cold-pressed with a rich, peppery flavor, this olive oil can be used for cooking, baking, and dipping. 6 Pack contains six 500ml bottles of Olive Oil.

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Unit of Measure
SKU: 60101 ISBN: 745998208112

100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

About 33 servings per container
Serving size 1 Tbsp (15ml)

Amount per serving, % DV
Total Fat 14g, 21%
- Saturated Fat 2g, 9%
- Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg, 0%
Sodium 0mg, 0%
Total Carbohydrate 0g, 0%
- Dietary Fiber 0g, 0%
- Total Sugars 0g
-   Includes 0g Added Sugars, 0%
Protein 0g

Vit. D 0mg, 0%
Calcium 0mg, 0%
Iron 0mg, 0%
Potas. 0mg, 0%

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Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth

An update on the olive oil harvest in the West Bank during the Israel-Hamas war

In the midst of the horrific Israel-Hamas war, it's olive harvest time in the West Bank where PARC olive oil is produced. Palestinian olive farmers are currently picking their olives with challenges and threats because there have been many Israeli settler attacks against them. Farmers can only harvest from the olive trees close to them since their lives would be at risk if they picked olives in the hills far from their homes. The olive mills started operating in mid-October, but have not run at full capacity given the Israeli settler violence against Palestinians. In addition, the Israeli military is prohibiting farmers from entering some of their lands to pick their olive trees behind the separation wall. Also, this year, due to alternative fruit-bearing years and climate change, the productivity of the 2023 olive oil season is expected to be lower in comparison with last year—about half of what it was.

Olive farming is both economically and culturally important in the West Bank. Many of the olive trees on these farms have been passed down from generation to generation, representing deep familial ties to the land. The farmers work closely with the Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committee (PARC). As a nonprofit organization they promote the sustainable economic development of 41 farmer cooperatives, improve water supply and critical infrastructure, and provide social services for women, children, and families in the West Bank.

What do our roast names mean?

At our solar-powered roastery in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, our worker-owner team batch roasts and conducts production cuppings daily to bring out the best characteristics in each harvest. With four primary roast levels, we think there’s a favorite here for everyone.

Medium Roast: expect the unique citrus, nutty, fruity, or floral notes of each coffee to shine through.

Full City Roast: you’ll get a bit more of the caramel flavor that comes from the roasting process.

Vienna Roast: starts to bring the smoky aroma and smooth and rich body of a darker roast.

French Roast: with the natural oils fully expressed, it’s an intensely dark and smoky experience akin to dark chocolate.