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Extra-virgin olive oil: the true kind

Extra-virgin is of fundamental importance for the Mediterranean diet (considered part of the patrimony of humanity by UNESCO) , and perhaps for this reason there are, on the market, a host of low-quality imitations which are, accordingly, very low in price as well. The Badia a Morrona extra-virgin olive oil is the fruit of a selection of typical Tuscan olive varieties (Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino), of a minimum lapse of time between picking and milling, and of a careful control of temperatures during the working of the fruit. The very high quality level achieved is expensive, production costs are high, but a true extra-virgin olive oil can only be produced with these criteria.
Extra-virgin is of fundamental importance for the Mediterranean diet (considered part of the patrimony of humanity by UNESCO) , and perhaps for this reason there are, on the market, a host of low-quality imitations which are, accordingly, very low in price as well. The Badia a Morrona extra-virgin olive oil is the fruit of a selection of typical Tuscan olive varieties (Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino), of a minimum lapse of time between picking and milling, and of a careful control of temperatures during the working of the fruit. The very high quality level achieved is expensive, production costs are high, but a true extra-virgin olive oil can only be produced with these criteria.