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Simeoni offers you a range of organic olive oils carefully chosen from the best producers in Italy.

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In the pretty Angevin village of Colletorto, in the province of Campobasso, there are the olive groves of the farm of Giorgio Tamaro, producer of strictly indigenous indigenous monovarietal oils. A hidden gem that offers us the flavors of one of its typical growers: the black olive from Colletorto. Colle d'Angiò extra virgin olive oil recalls the noble family of the time, bringing to the table a product with an enveloping character of mowed grass, green almond and aromatic flavors.

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Assoproli Bari is the largest olive producer in Europe. Represented by around 34,000 associated producers and 20 olive cooperatives equipped with modern oil mills, Assoproli Bari is one of the main Italian cooperative organizations in the olive oil sector.

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The Malpighi family was part of a chivalric order until the beginning of 1900. Decade by decade, the Balsamico has become the passion of the old family which keeps a treasure of 3,000 barrels, where the aging process of balsamic vinegar traditional takes place. In 1850, Pietro Malpighi (the first generation) started a small production of traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena in his attic. For 160 years, the tradition and the secrets of production have been passed on to Pietro, Augusto, Maria (89) and Ermes. Today, Massimo, who represents the 5th generation of the family, is the current president of Acetaia Malpighi.