ColiveStarting at CyprusAn innovative olive oil that uses olives from both sides of the green line dividing them. TurkishThe independent south and the occupied north. Hasan SiberA family of olive oil experts whose family is from the region. GreekThe southernmost part of the island is spoken by the speaker who wanted to share the island’s quality with the world. Cypriot olive oil and to “bridge the divide in Cyprus,” as he said in an email. HeHandpicked olives are transported from the north to the south. They are then cold-pressed with olives from south within 24 hours. The greenish-gold oil — mostly from Kypriaki olives, an indigenous variety, with some koroneiki and arbequina — has a grassy aroma and warm richness finishing with a touch of bitterness. ItThis product complies with international regulations regarding extra virgin and can now be purchased in the United States. TheThe company will donate 10% of the profits from every bottle to charities that promote peace and education.
Colive Olive Oil$17.99 to $15.99 for 16.9 Ounces; available at Amazon.com and all other retailers Whole Foods markets.
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