The Single-Origin, Cold Pressed, Organic Olive Oil That
EVERYONE Is Raving About…
Have You Ever Tried Farm To Table Fresh Olive Oil?
We are not talking you normal grocery store olive oil here...
Problems with Grocery Store Olive?
Problem #1: It's Usually Old
Mosts large olive oil corporations buy olive oil from all over the world (usually from all different harvest dates - sometimes a year or two old) and then blend it together, bottle it and ship it to the USA to sell to customers who are not used to FRESH Olive Oil.
Problem #2: It's Likely Not Organic?
Unfortunately, the VAST majority of olive oils on store shelves are NOT Organic. This is what happens when companies put profits before customers health. The olives from these oils are sprayed with pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. That ends up in the olive oil.
Problem #3: Degraded Antioxidants & Polyphenols
As olive oil ages, the antioxidants and polyphenols degrade, sadly when people buy olive oil from the grocery store, they are getting a fraction of the health benefits they would have had they purchased fresh olive oil.
Problem #4: The Taste
Older olive oil, especially non organic olive oil just doesn't taste as good. Don't believe us? Do a blind taste test with Kasandrinos vs anything else out there.
Solutions Kasandrinos Provides?
Problem #1: Kasandrinos is Always Fresh
Kasandrinos is a small, family, woman, veteran owned business who puts their last name on their product. We only sell the current harvest of olive oil on our website so you can be sure you are getting the freshest, healthiest olive oil you can get your hands on!
Problem #2: Kasandrinos is 100% Organic?
Kasandrinos olive trees are hundreds of hears old and grow with water, the Aegean breeze and Greek sunshine. We are USDA organic certified and do NOT use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers on our trees. We hand pick our olives so that machines do not damage the olives prior to pressing.
Problem #3: Kasandrinos is Packed with Antioxidants & Polyphenols
Kasandrinos is Fresh and full of peak levels of antioxidants and Polyphenols. If you are consuming olive oil for the health benefits and not just the taste, get Kasandrinos and get the best available.
Problem #4: The Taste
We know our olive oil is the King of the Hill when it comes to taste. We encourage all of our customers to compare it next to any other olive oil. We have a 100% money back guarantee if some some reason you dont feel Kasandrinos is the best tasting olive oil you have ever tried.
Thousands of People Like You Are Switching To A Real Olive Oil
“I love the flavor of this olive oil, that it is certified organic, great acidity, beautiful color, from Greece & that it is processed within a day of harvest!”
“ I will only buy Kasandrinos Olive Oil. If I purchase some other brand if I run out before my next order arrives, I’m always disappointed. It is what Olive Oil should taste like, and it’s part of my health and healing regimen.”
” This by far my favorite olive oil! I know that it is organic and always fresh. I think it makes everything I cook taste better.”
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Extra virgin is the absolute highest grade for olive oil. EVOO is extracted from fresh olives using a mechanical process without the use of excessive heat or any form of additives or solvents. EVOO has to have less than .8% free acidity, produced by the first pressing of the olive fruit.
Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) can last for a few years because of its high antioxidant properties. However, unlike wine, most olive oils are best used in 24 months, as taste and aromatic characteristics are likely to reduce after that. It will last longer if it’s stored in a dark place away from excess heat. All good oils should clearly state a “best before or expiration” date.We do advise that Olive oil is consumed within 6 months of breaking the seal on the bottle or can for optimum freshness.
Olive oil should be stored in a cool, dark place away from light and heat. When olive oil is exposed to heat, light, and air the valuable nutrients in the oil begin to oxidize and it will begin to lose its fruit flavors. The best containers for olive oil are dark glass or a tin.
Olive oil should not be stored in the refrigerator. When chilled, olive oil will become cloudy and eventually solidify or crystallize. Should this happen, the oil is perfectly fine; just leave the oil at room temperature for a time to restore it to its natural state.
All our olive oil comes from the Koroneiko olive tree.The Koroneiko olive tree is the most common in Greece and is one of the more unique olive tree varieties because it requires a warm and stable climate, which the Southern Peloponnese is known for. The Koroneiko tree is one of the few olive varieties that produce olive oil that have a two-year shelf life in comparison to most olive tree varieties which have a typical shelf life of 6 to 8 months. It is important to know that many olive oil companies elect to blend different varieties of olive oils in order to increase the shelf life, so the olive oil originating from the Koroneiko olive tree is in high demand. Kasandrinos is 100% extra virgin Koroneiko olive oil.
First Cold Pressed refers to the process by which the olive oil is extracted from the olive to create oil.First pressed means the olives were crushed and pressed once. Olives pressed more than once are considered lower quality, and do not qualify as extra virgin.Cold pressed means that no added heat is used when pressing the fruit for the oil. The olives never exceed 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit during the process. Keeping the olives cooler ensures maximum quality oil which is extra virgin.In order for olive oil to be considered extra virgin, it must be first cold pressed. Oil that is “pressed” more than once is known as a refined oil – which goes through a chemical process that lessens and sometimes even destroys the quality of the oil. Common names for these oils would be Pure Olive Oil, Olive Oil, Light Olive Oil.First cold pressed in a way has become a buzz phrase since all extra virgin olive oil has to be first cold pressed to be an extra virgin olive oil.Kasandrinos Extra virgin olive oil on the other hand is pressed only once (first pressed) using no heat or solvents and cold pressed by strictly mechanical means. Kasandrinos carries a higher price tag than other oils you see on the shelf due to being superior quality. Extra virgin olive oil contains the most nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins of any other classification of oil.
Sure! Use it on vegetables, rice, potatoes, in baking, on toast, just about anything! Baked goods will last longer when you substitute olive oil for butter. It is the vitamin E and polyphenols that causes this longer shelf life.