How Same-Day Pressing Maximizes Frank’s Taste and Nutrition
Franks’ olives are pressed into oil the same day they’re picked.
Left lying around or in storage bins, harvested olives can start to go bad. They become acidic, compromising the taste of the olive oil they ultimately make.
It’s not easy to press olives the day they’re picked. Harvesting, collecting, transporting, cleaning, separating, milling, extracting and filtering olives and olive oil takes time. To press olive oil on the harvest date means they all must be done the same day.
But Frank’s producers know it’s worth it. Taste the difference and take Frank home today!
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