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Ethiopia extra virgin olive oil has a substantial content of vitamin E for enhancing the skin. Its minimal composition of omega 2 and 3 add vital cholesterol-fighting mechanisms just like that from eating fish. The oil’s mainly monounsaturated fat is also essential for keeping the bad fat in the body at a minimum.
Other uses of Ethiopia extra virgin olive oil include the reduction of free radicals in the body. For instance, linoleic fatty acid helps to reduce oxygen poisoning in blood. The carotenoids in the fruit, especially B-carotene as well as lutein are some of the nutrients that help keep the eye health of the person in a good condition.
Before processing the oil, we first of all pick Ethiopia olives from the trees during the harvesting season. We go for three types, including the green, rose- and black-coloured. The green ones are usually still fresh while the rosy and black ones have attained different ripening stages. We may also cold-press all together to enhance the quality if you request.
Our workers use phytosanitary means when picking the olives by hand. They usually wear soft plastic gloves and minimize the reliance on any mechanical harvester. We use spread nets to catch the falling olives while ensuring there is minimal damage because the net is off the ground.
We cold-press Ethiopia olive oil by first grinding the fruits in a mill into a paste. The process takes place in at least 30 minutes. The crushing stones finely grind the olive pulp is to ensure that at least 95 per cent of the total yield will come off the fruit. The next step involves placing the mashed content into a piston which is an essential hydraulic pressure container. This helps to separate the oil from the water content. Because of the fact that oil and water rarely combine, we easily collect the distilled liquid and sieve crude oil at the bottom of the distilled after decantation has occurred.
We store Ethiopia olive oil in different materials that enhance the shelf life. These include glass and tin that maintain the flavour and the fresh quality of the oil as it was at harvesting time. We also employ clear, labelled plastic bottles that have paperboard covering. Polyethylene is one of the most preferential plastics because of its high-quality hydrating factor and moisture conservation during transportation. We pack the oil in various sizes, ranging from 250 millilitres to 500 millilitres and 1 litre per package.
We then place several bottles or jerry cans in pouch boxes. These are modern boxes that come with bags that are a part of them inside. We also feature paddings at the bottom of the boxes, especially if our bottles are glass made to ensure no chance of spillage.
We store Ethiopia extra virgin olive oil under temperatures of less than 14 degrees Celsius. We keep it in cold rooms that have minimal lighting as light deteriorates the essential oil. We also transport the bottles to the Bola International Airport under the same controlled temperature conditions.
Thus, if you would like to avail the nutritious Ethiopia extra virgin olive oil, do not hesitate to make contact with us today. We conserve the content in custom pre-cooled boxes before shipping by air. We source all our raw materials from the olive orchards of Ethiopian farmers who possess Good Agricultural Practices (GAP). While the quantity specifications in the tonnage you would like are in your hands, our pricing reflects your exact budget. Make an order today![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]