Bio Planete Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500ml

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Ingredients

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil

About Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Superior category olive oil obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means, cold extraction. Basked in sunlight, black olives are carefully picked and pressed the same day to guarantee you a superior quality oil.

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