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AMERICO COPPINI & FIGLIO SRL
Since 1946 Coppini Arte Olearia produces t.o.p. (Traceability and Origin of the Product) Extra-Virgin Olive Oil for food industries, fine dining and fine food stores. The production areas are in Abruzzo, Apulia and Sicily, where the company has his own presidia and traceability system. In order to affirm the true origin of our Extra Virgin Olive Oil, in 1988 the project t.o.p. was born. The core part of this project is the Identity Card on the label since 1990, stating Olive Tree Varieties, picking year, picking and extraction systems, sensory features, scent and flavor.
IL BOSCHETTO MAREMMA TOSCANA SRL
Main categoriesCOFFEE, TEA, COCOA FRESH DEHYDRATED AND DRIED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES OILS, VINEGARS AND DRESSINGS READY MEALS AND DELI PREPARATIONS
TOP categoriesFlavours and Spices Flavourings Wine vinegar Flavoured Oil PDO Extra virgin olive oil
Il Boschetto, from the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, exports its products in the world: the Tuscan PGI oil through our own Olive Mill, vinegars and grape musts through our Acetaia, spice mixes and side servings, like risotto or polenta, and mixes of spelt, legumes and vegetables through the laboratory of our Family Farm. All our products are 100% Natural and Healthy. Il Boschetto has organic product lines and is BRC, IFS and Kosher certified, and FDA approved.
OLEARIA CONGEDI SRL
TOP categoriesOlives Vegetable spreads Flavoured Oil Extra virgin olive oil PDO Extra virgin olive oil
A story marked by its protagonists' courage and commitment: Luce Damiani who in 1917 trasformed the lands inherited from her father into a modern productive business; then her first-born son, Antonio, who mastrered all the secret procedures of processing and became a Master Crusher; then his son Luigi, who took the helm of the business, leading a Salento thousand-years-old olive tradition towards the Third Millennium; and at last Ettore and Matteo, strongly convinced that environmental sustainability and territoriality are the recipes for reaching excellence.