When we buy extra virgin olive oil, we don’t often pay attention to the olive variety that is being used to make the olive oil. This is largely inadvisable.
Like wines, which are produced from different grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot, extra virgin olive oils are also made from different olive varieties.
Each olive variety has its own characteristics, personality and intensity. Here is a look at one of the olive varieties widely planted worldwide and used in culinary preparation: Arbequina.
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Olive oil in a bag within a box (Bag-In-Box) is a relatively new notion in the olive oil industry. We introduce the concept to Singapore last year for our olive oil users. As of date, we are not aware of any local olive oil suppliers/distributors embrace this idea.
Without doubts, the two most important benefits of Bag-in-Box are, firstly, it is value-for-money, and second, it keeps the content fresher for a longer period after opening.
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Bag in a box to wine lovers is not a stranger. The benefits of Bag-in-Box are many folds. The most important one is keeping the content fresher for a longer period after opening.
The olive oil industry has recently started to package olive oil in this way. We are quick to introduce this new packaging to our Singaporean friends. Let’s find out what Bag-in-Box is all about?
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