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Uses of Olive Oil

As a product and consumer good Olive oil are extremely special and versatile for many different uses and preferences. This oil is made from the fruit of the olive tree and this oil is produced globally but has its highest concentration in the center of Europe.

Spain is the world's largest producer of this type of oil and has twice as much olive tree as in Italy, who is the second-largest oil producer in the whole world.

You can also buy olive oil from Torre & Olive which provides 100 % Italian Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil.


To produce oil is something that will take a lot of effort and investment as we can see from the next sentences. It takes years to create the perfect oil; firstly you have to wait up to two years until the olive trees begin to actually produce olives. Not until the olive tree is 5 years old it begins to bear fruit that can be taken to the market place.

 A tree that is 20 years old can bring up to 100 kg of olives every single year. It's not uncommon that the trees become very old, and some trees can actually be around 1500 years old. The world's largest olive tree is located in Crete, Greece and its age is estimated to be about 2000-3000 years old.

Different olive oils will complement different foods and uses. Olive oil can be used for sauteing, browning, stir-frying, deep-frying, as an ingredient in marinades and sauces such as mayonnaise, pesto, or romesco, and as a condiment, drizzled over various dishes.

Of course, we know the flaunted advantages of using extra virgin oil over standard oil but sometimes there is no need to pay the premium price demanded by this selected oil as standards within the industry dictate an open production process with the consumer being the key beneficiary.