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TARIS Extra Virgin Olive Oil 0.8% 750ml

Taris 1915 extra-virgin olive oil is produced from olives harvested in North and South Aegean region of Turkey. It is produced as first cold pressed with the max acidity level 0.8%. It is suitable for use in salads, sauces, and all hot and cold dishes.
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