The Great Olive Oil Secret...
What Your Local Store Doesn't Want
You to Know!
When thinking about olive oil, many American consumers make a seriously incorrect assumption—that it ages in the bottle as well as wine. It doesn't!
In fact, this is the dirty secret your local gourmet store doesn't
want you to know: olive oil is never better than on the day it's
made. From that day forth a steady deterioration of quality
Even within a year after production, it can still taste good. But after a year, there's an extreme double threat…
The truth is, many people in the olive oil business don't want you to know this. Why? Because if they get a huge shipment of olive oil made in 2005, and it's not all sold right away, they would love you to still buy this stuff in 2007!
That’s too bad, because if you’re only buying old, faded oil, you’re missing out on the experience of fresh-pressed olive oil that drives foodies the rest of the world over crazy!
The problem is, genuine fresh-pressed olive oil is very hard to find in America, as only a trickle makes its way to our shores.
This is why I'm so excited to tell you I've found a way you can have fresh-pressed olive oil all year long, something which, to my knowledge, has never been possible before. To receive my advice on how and where to find it, just enter your e-mail address in the box at the top right of the page and press "sign up now." When you do, I'll send you my special report called "How to Shop for Olive Oil" with everything you need to identify and enjoy the world’s freshest, most flavorful olive oils.
Plus, you'll begin your free subscription to Fresh Press. As a Fresh Press subscriber, you'll receive updates on developments from the world’s premier olive-growing regions, learn about the producers of the finest, most flavorful oils, and discover recipes that heighten your enjoyment. I'll wager that once you taste the vibrant, flavorful olive oils I’ll be telling you about, you’ll never take a second glance at the fancy olive oil displays popping up in supermarkets and gourmet shops around the country.
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Editor, Fresh Press