The Mediterranean Nutrition is the world's healthiest diet! This year is the fourth year in a row in which it has been voted as the No. 1 diet by the U.S. News & World Report. It is abundant in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and of course its core ingredient; extra virgin olive oil!
If you want to maintain good health and improve the quality of your life, you should start taking care of yourself inside and out.
Adopting an olive tree means much more than just receiving its precious olive oil. It’s a powerful, fulfilling action that may change one’s life.
We are extremely happy to announce that our Extra Virgin Olive Oil is awarded for its unique quality in one of the most important olive oil tasting competitions in the world, the Berlin International Olive Oil Awards, winning a Gold Award.
Easter in Lesvos is one of the biggest holidays of the year. Traditions have been passed to the locals from their ancestors and still keep alive. It is the ideal opportunity to get to know this authentic Greek island and take part in its unique traditions.
The oldest bottle of olive oil in the world was discovered in the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum, near Naples. This discovery is extremely important, as it sheds light on the molecular evolution of olive oil over time!
Olive oil and coconut oil, are excellent examples of healthy fats and have very high nutritional value. Also, they have been characterized by many as superfoods.
Adopt an Olive Tree.. such a meaningful message. A message that should be spread throughout the world and reach every country and culture. A message that represents so powerfully sustainable agriculture and contributes to the movement of ecological awareness.
Adopt an olive tree for your family or your beloved ones and offer them a unique experience of taste and meaning. Together, you can watch your tree change through the seasons and become part of a natural community, that promotes sustainable agriculture, while providing your Christmas table with premium olive oil.
This year we had one more reason to be impatient for the harvest period. We felt the need to be close to nature even more, now that climate change has reached high levels in the global debate and everyone is cautious about their health and wants to feel safer.