OLMA by angelikavr

OLMA

This is the logo situated outside of the OLMA olive oil Press.
OLMA is the biggest cooperative of olive growers in the Maremma, with over 1000 members. In the hills surrounding the plains of the Maremma are many small olive grove owners, who’s still believe in the old traditions of growing olives and harvesting methods.
Today OL.MA. is present with its products not only in Italy but also in the U.S.A., the Netherlands, Australia, Denmark, Lithuania, Russia, England, Finland, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Japan, Germany.
So look out for this Logo, if you want to have good quality Tuscan olive oil.
https://www.oleificioolma.it/en/content/33-the-history
Such a simple but great logo
February 15th, 2020  
What a nice logo and an interesting piece of information!
February 15th, 2020  
impressive logo, will look out for this olive oil
February 15th, 2020  
Love the logo and the story Angelika. But I must confess that I always buy good Aussie olive oil, there are some excellent oils produced here.
February 16th, 2020  
A lovely logo!
February 16th, 2020  
Wonderful history. Use olive oil a great deal and will look for this logo. I am learning to make flavored olive oils.
February 16th, 2020  
@golftragic Oh yes, especially in your region, there is a lot of olive growing. Why buying oil from oversees when you have it right there!
We are olive growers but we press our olives in a small mill, where we get our own oil and not the mix from the others. I know that our olives are not treated with any chemicals, it is pure gold :)
February 16th, 2020  
You are lucky having your own oil. We're lucky enough to get some very nice Greek oil through my son-in-law's connections, which is a treat. This shot is nice.
February 16th, 2020  
@angelikavr Pure gold, as it all should be Angelika. And that is one (not the main) reason for buying Aussie. Much of the imported olive oil is definitely not pure gold. Plenty of Aussie second-rate stuff around too, of course, and much cheaper than good oil - surprise, surprise. But like many others I always check the labels carefully unless I get oil direct from a grower. No chemicals for me!!
February 16th, 2020  
@angelikavr And then, there's also the whole debate about transport-miles too. I always try to buy 'local' as far as possible.
February 16th, 2020  
@peadar You are lucky indeed, once you are used to good oil you can’t go back. I have just sent 10 Ltr. to my daughter-in-law in England. It costs a fortune to send it but it’s worth, they love it!
February 16th, 2020  
I will look out for it! Like your capture!
February 16th, 2020  
Well find. Great b&w shot.
February 16th, 2020  
Neat find
February 17th, 2020  
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