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New Zealand Olive Oils score in New York

Results announced today show four New Zealand Extra Virgin Olive Oils were among the top winning oils in the world as judged at the 2019 New York International Olive Oil Competition

Loopline Picholene, which was Best in Show at the New Zealand 2018 Extra Virgin Olive Oil Awards, won Gold.

Juno Picual, which was Best Boutique at the New Zealand 2018 Extra Virgin Olive Oil Awards, won Silver.

Juno Koroneiki, which was Reserve Best Boutique at the New Zealand 2018 Extra Virgin Olive Oil Awards, won Silver.

Dali Frantoio, which was Best in Class at the New Zealand 2018 Extra Virgin Olive Oil Awards, won Silver.

Said Gayle Sheridan, Executive Officer for Olives New Zealand “The results at the New York Competition show that New Zealand Extra Virgin Olive Oil is on par with the best in the world. With almost 1,000 entries it is fantastic to see New Zealand entries continue on the success of precious years. Congratulations to the 2019 New Zealand winners, all from the Wairarapa.”

For more information see https://bestoliveoils.com/


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