Iliada PDO Kalamata Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tin 5 Litre £25.46 @Amazon
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Iliada PDO Kalamata Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tin 5 Litre £25.46 @Amazon

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Found 4th Feb 2016
We use this stuff all the time, it's a really great quality oil. This is the cheapest I've ever seen it.

Extra virgin olive oil
PDO status (Protected Designation of Origin) - covers agricultural products and foodstuffs which are produced, processed and prepared in a given geographical area using recognised know-how
Fruity, sweet and light
Ideal for salad dressings
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LesD

Wanna explain why it's better than Napolina at … Wanna explain why it's better than Napolina at £20?https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Napolina-Extra-Virgin-Olive-Oil/113020011


mass produced mixture of oils with so so taste and not supporting the producers (ripping them off should I say)
siqass

mass produced mixture of oils with so so taste and not supporting the … mass produced mixture of oils with so so taste and not supporting the producers (ripping them off should I say)



That'll do for me. Napolina it is then.
LesD

Wanna explain why it's better than Napolina at … Wanna explain why it's better than Napolina at £20?https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Napolina-Extra-Virgin-Olive-Oil/113020011



Yeah, ​Napolina is s#ite.
I always have visions of stuff like this arriving in a soggy oily box. How's Amazon for delivering such items?
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Good stuff, fair price
DADSCAB

Yeah, ​Napolina is s#ite.


Can add Bertolli to that, both are big brands owned by likes of Unilever, who take a good product and "improved it" financially but lose it initial identity/taste... Bertolli according to thier website was originially Tuscan, so local oils have now become oil which is sourced from several countries and blended to give a bland taste.Napolina is same, originally Italian owned by Princes Group and selling olive oil blended and sourced from multiple countries. If you car concerned about the price then Lidl and Aldi regularly sell at below £4 per litre mark.
This would probably least me about a year, does it keep fresh?
notos

I always have visions of stuff like this arriving in a soggy oily box. … I always have visions of stuff like this arriving in a soggy oily box. How's Amazon for delivering such items?


I've ordered this 3 times over the last 18 months and it always arrives well packaged, no dents or leaks.
flipper118

This would probably least me about a year, does it keep fresh?


1 can usually lasts us about 6 months and the first drop tastes just like the last. The can has a decent tight lid on it so I'd say you should be fine.
Anyone wanting 3 litres instead of 5 litres, see amazon.co.uk/gp/…SJS
It's £5.70/litre rather than £5.30/litre that the 5 litre pack comes in at.
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