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The native and extra-virgin MANI olive oils not only add a Mediterranean touch to salads, they are also ideal for cooking, baking and frying. Especially the „MANI 100% virgin olive oil” is the born kitchen hero!
At MANI, the heart beats for people, the environment and of course the olive. Since the Austrian couple Fritz and Burgi Bläuel in the 70s discovered the beautiful region of Mani on the “middle finger” of the Greek Peloponnese, countless olives have matured under thier wing in organic quality and at high-quality (extra) virgin olive oil. To this day, the organic pioneer family has supported over 300 farming families in converting to organic farming.
The first ecologically produced olive oil in Greece was produced and sold on an equal footing and side by side. In 1991 MANI received the very first organic certification in Greece. The MANI recipe for success? A trusting partnership and fair prices for farmers! And not to forget - the special MANI ingredient: Every bottle of MANI olive oil is full to the brim with the joy of the craft and a pinch of Greek sensuality.
Anyone who buys Greek olive oil directly from the producer knows exactly what they bring into the kitchen. All MANI olive oils are organic and authentically produced! The majority of them are harvested by hand and immediately afterwards gently cold-extracted in the oil mill. As a pioneer in organic olive oil from Greece, MANI attaches great importance to sustainability. Buying a MANI olive oil directly supports fair olive production and harvest.
The MANI range ranges from virgin to extra virgin - the two highest quality levels – and is available in a wide range. There are a total of 8 MANI olive oils to choose from: from particularly healthy olive oils to fruit oil, the MANI online shop has an answer to every request.
The MANI extra virgin olive oil with a particularly high polyphenol content of 500 mg/kg can proudly refer to its health benefits. Polyphenols are among the secondary plant substances and protect blood fats from oxidative stress. The polyphenol-containing olive oil already unfolds its effect at a daily intake of approx. 20 g.
Olive oil has a long tradition in Greece and you can taste this with every single drop. The green gold matures in Greece under optimal conditions. With the sun on its neck, the sea within reach and a soil rich in stone and minerals as a basis, the olive tree stretches contentedly towards the sky – and rewards MANI and all MANI customers with exquisite olives.
Greek organic olive oil is available from MANI in various kitchen-ready sizes:
Since olive oil is sensitive to light, all MANI olive oils are stored in light-protected containers! Either in dark glass bottles, in food-safe BiB or in opaque canisters that are neither coated with paint nor contain BPA. This is how the olive oil can be kept for as long as possible.
With their fresh, mildly fruity aroma, the Greek olive oils impress in many kitchen disciplines. They are used in both cold and warm dishes and refine salad, Meat, fish and even baked goods with a healthy extra bonus. In Greece, olive oil has become an integral part of the kitchen – from the starter to the Easter cake the green gold is enjoyed in every form.
Greek olive oil comes in all sorts of price ranges. From approx. 3 € up to 30 euros per liter. However, high-quality organic Greek olive oil has its price and is usually in the middle to upper price segment. Gentle manufacturing processes are time-consuming and the wages are fair for everyone involved! Whoever invests in organic olive oil gains in taste and quality - with a twice as good gut feeling.
Olive oils with a particularly high polyphenol content are healthy because the secondary plant substance protects blood fat from oxidative stress.
The “MANI extra virgin olive oil, Kalamata PDO” is protected origin and comes from the Kalamata region. These olives taste particularly fruity and the oil obtained from them has a high nutrient content.
The ending PDO stands for a protected designation of origin - i.e. that the Messara olive oil on the north coast of Crete is made from the Koroneiki olive.