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Terra d’Oliva is happy to introduce our amazing Natural Pure Raw Honey to our customers. We currently are exclusively working with Local honey produced by our hardworking Honey Bee friends here in the Local La Canada and Glendale Mountains, Central Coast Valleys as well as the Central Valley’s of California. Terra d’Oliva prefers to label its Honey as Natural Pure Raw Honey instead of Organic as many falsely do. Our goal as it is with all of our Brand is to educated our customers in regards to all of our products. More information is below under “Is it Really Organic”....

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Daniella Monet and Ashlee from the Naturalee blog bring us this healthy caesar salad recipe with kale, lettuce, capers, chickpeas and our 100% EVOO Spanish Picual. Check out the entire recipe at Daniella Monet blog!

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Daniella Monet also adds the true Extra Virgin Olive Oil experience to her recipes. In her latest video on Youtube, she uses our pure and bold EVOO in a spring pearl couscous salad. Check it out! Daniella used in her recipe the Spanish Picual, one of our most popular EVOOs.  

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We are proud to announce the new online store for Terra d'Oliva! Completely redesigned, we now offer our customers a top notch online experience.  The new website was designed by PVDZN, a web marketing and design agency located in South Bay Los Angeles. Paulo Santos, marketing director of the agency, tells us a little bit about the process of bringing our new website to reality. "Working with Terra d'Oliva has been an amazing experience since day one. We sit with Vladimir for a long talk about his vision for the company for the next few years, and then we spent a few...

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What is the true aceto balsamico, the balsamic vinegar? How is it produced? How the different flavors are added? What is true aceto balsamico (balsamic vinegar)? True aged traditional balsamic vinegar (aceto balsamico tradizionale) production involves the reductive fermentation process of converting caramelized grape juice, called must, into a syrup-like sweet & sour vinegar. Grapes used in this process are traditionally White Trebbiano or Red Lambrusco grapes. Traditional methods require that the aceto balsamico is aged for at least 12 years in old wood barrels of successively smaller sizes. Typical woods used for the aging process include; oak, chestnut, mulberry,...

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Blogger Awesome Chef GITNG, from the Eco-Friendly News and Reviews blog, recently visited out Tasting Bar in Glendale, California, and wrote a post in her blog describing her experience.  Her choices were the Smoked Hickory Naturally Flavored Extra Virgin Olive Oil and the Lambrusco Wine Vinegar. She tells us that the Smoked Hickory was amazingly good with baked salmon, and the Lambrusco was paired perfectly with a spinach salad she created, and even shared a photo with us. Be sure to check it out!

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