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The olive oil industry has had a history of problems, including mislabeling, adulteration with inferior refined oils, and failing to meet minimum sensory standards.
Adulterated olive oils can contain a blend of inferior quality vegetable oils like soybean oil, sunflower oil, palm oil or canola oil.
Look for bottles made of UV-protected glass (like Brightland) or stainless steel that protect the olive oil from enemies of freshness - light and air.
Look for extra virgin on the label, and be wary of meaningless terms like first cold-press. Light, pure, and refined refer to processing that removes flavor and nutrients.
A Harvest Date on your bottle is a key indicator of transparency and quality. Brightland oils are all currently from the Nov. 2022 Harvest.
Extra virgin olive oil
Our two bestselling extra virgin olive oils, paired together to balance and round out your kitchen.
Basil-infused olive oil
Made from California Arbosana olives crushed with fresh basil in the traditional agrumato style.
Garlic-infused olive oil
Made with garlic and Frantoio olives grown on small family farms in California.
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