IT’S GOOD FOR YOU
AND THE ENVIRONMENT …
Producing the best extra virgin olive oil in the world is only part of our mission.
We can proudly say that, since 2013, we are the first Carbon Neutral olive oil company in terms of CO2 emissions.
In an effort to give back to the planet, as much as we are doing, our goal is to offset our carbon emissions through the entire production process, from the fields to the bottle. A permanent measurement allows us to work hard on reduction, reuse, and recycling.
Our state-of-the-art oil mill is environmentally friendly and uses geothermal temperature controls.
Our olive trees are irrigated with an irrigation system powered by solar panels and no part of our olives is left unused.
Many of the pits are sold and turned into biofuels. The rest, together with the remaining olive pomace and pulp, are converted into fertilizers.
“We let nature make the olives, so we can make the olive oil.”
BRC (The British Retail Consortium)
Global Standard for Food Safety to help the food industry comply with the legislative requirements of the EU General Product Safety Directive.
Carbon Neutral Operation
Carbon Neutral Certified means that we have taken the necessary steps to offset our carbon emissions through reduction, reuse, and recycling.
NON-GMO Project Verified
From the seed, through the process of cultivation and collection, transportation, storage and processing until the sales channel, we verify the labeling and traceability of non-genetically modified products.
Corporate and Social Responsibility Certification. This means that we have not only taken the path of producing the best products, but also considering our workers, the community and the environment. “Work hard, respect others and the earth,” that has been our formula for success from day one, and it won’t change anytime soon.
Certification of Hazard Analysis and critical control points, during all the productive process.
At Olisur, we are certified as a global company with good agricultural practices, demonstrating our commitment not only to the environment, but to the people involved in our process.