Mediterre Eurofood SA
In the Ancient Greeks’ time, olive oil was an invaluable medicine in the hands of Greek doctors. The Greek name “OM-PHA-KI-NON,” or “Omphacium,” was given to this class of olive oil because it is made from unripe olives. The appreciation of extra virgin olive oil not only as food, but also for reasons such as promotion of glory (The Olympics) and health/beauty has been an essential part of Greek culture for millenia. Omphacium Olympia Variety Early Harvest is an oil rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, as well as phenols such as oleocanthal, the most important of all phenols.
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