Olive Co-operative » Olive Oil http://www.olivecoop.com/stage Fair Trade Palestinian Products and Tree Sponsorship Mon, 13 May 2013 09:55:56 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0 Fair Trade and Organic certified Olive Oil 250ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-organic-olive-oil-250ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-organic-olive-oil-250ml/#comments Mon, 07 Dec 2009 12:24:02 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=174 Our Organic, Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Fair Trade certified Olive Oil 250ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-certified-olive-oil-250ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-certified-olive-oil-250ml/#comments Wed, 18 Nov 2009 21:17:30 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=3316 **** Further reduced as BBE 12/2011 **** while stocks last

Our pesticide-free Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Olive Oil 250ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-250ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-250ml/#comments Sat, 07 Nov 2009 12:19:31 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=166 Our non-certified oil is sourced by Zaytoun from a number of different farming cooperatives in Palestine. Although not yet certified, it is fairly traded, free of pesticides and harvested by hand.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Fair Trade and Organic certified Olive Oil 500ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil/#comments Mon, 02 Nov 2009 17:45:23 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=3149 Our Organic, Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Olive Oil 500ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-500ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-500ml/#comments Mon, 07 Sep 2009 12:20:34 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=168 Our non-certified oil is sourced by Zaytoun from a number of different farming cooperatives in Palestine. Although not yet certified, it is fairly traded, free of pesticides and harvested by hand.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Zayt-w-Za’atar recipe card http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/zayt-w-zaatar-card/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/zayt-w-zaatar-card/#comments Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:48:34 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=216 Exclusively designed for Olive Co-op, this card is the perfect accompaniment for a gift of Palestinian olive oil and za’atar.

Includes recipe ideas and information about this middle eastern herb.

Blank inside for your own message.

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Fair Trade and Organic certified Olive Oil 750ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil-750ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil-750ml/#comments Fri, 21 Aug 2009 12:21:40 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=3727 Our Organic, Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Fair Trade certified Olive Oil 750ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-organic-olive-oil-750ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-organic-olive-oil-750ml/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2009 12:25:08 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=178 Our pesticide-free Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Olive Oil 750ml http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-750ml/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/olive-oil-750ml/#comments Sun, 07 Jun 2009 12:21:02 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=170 Our non-certified oil is sourced by Zaytoun from a number of different farming cooperatives in Palestine. Although not yet certified, it is fairly traded, free of pesticides and harvested by hand.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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Fair Trade and Organic certified Olive Oil 5l http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil-5l/ http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/fair-trade-and-organic-certified-olive-oil-5l/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2009 12:24:59 +0000 shopkeepers http://www.olivecoop.com/stage/?p=3729 Our Organic, Fairtrade olive oil has been sourced by Zaytoun through Canaan Fair Trade in Jenin. It is a world-first Fair Trade olive oil, pressed from the fruit of ancient trees which have been tended by hand through generations of family farmers.

It is first cold-press, raw, extra virgin olive oil, with a green colour and slightly peppery taste. Cold conditions will cause the oil to temporarily solidify, but this does not affect the taste, and is a sign of the quality and minimal processing. It is certified to international Fair Trade standards.

The olive groves of the West Bank are cultivated by traditional methods which help to promote biodiversity, and have a particular air flow and sunlight, which improves the taste, according to Nasser Abu Farha, founder of the Palestinian Fair Trade Association. Buying Palestinian olive oil is not only shopping with solidarity for the Palestinian people, but opting for a delicious, high quality product.

Export markets provide a vital source of income for Palestinian communities, many of which are denied access to other ways of making a living as a result of the occupation. Our olive oil is sourced from Palestinian co-operatives and imported into the UK by Zaytoun Community Interest Company.

It is not possible for Palestinian olive oil to be certified as organic and Fairtrade if it originates from Palestinian land which falls on the far side of the walls and fences which Israel began constructing in 2002. This is a result of the nature of restrictions Palestinians and certifiers face when reaching the land. We sell both certified and uncertified olive oil, however, all of it is organically produced and exported by the same Fair Trade registered co-operatives, thereby protecting the environment and benefiting whole communities.

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