When you say "Olio Beato", you say 100% USDA Organic. The seal on every bottle confirms and guarantees "Olio Beato" is produced without pesticides, from olives harvested in the countryside of the famous Valley of Bari, Italy. Apulia is the region with the national production supremacy of olive oil in Italy. The olives Corantina, and Oliarola Barese, which are combined in different proportions to create our olive oil."Olio Beato" is Confirmed and sealed by "ICEA" Istituto per la Certificazione Etica e' Ambientale (The Italian Institute for the Ethical and Enviromental Certification of Organic Products which is in Accordance with the United States Department of Agriculture's National Organic Program).
Pietro DeMarco Importers Inc.
"Olio Beato" has been exclusively Imported and Distributed into the United States by Pietro DeMarco
Importers Inc. since 1996.
In order to keep up with the staggering demand for our products, Pietro DeMarco is constantly in Italy collaborating with most of the "Top Quality" Certified Organic Olive Farms, Farmers, and Award Winning Master Olive Oil producers strictly from the Apulia region. This ensures our mission to constantly satisfy our consumers without comprimising quality or price.
What To Look For
"Olio Beato" is a United States, Canada and European Union registered TradeMark of Pietro DeMarco Importers Inc. In the United States each bottle and tin of "Olio Beato" must have a reference to Pietro DeMarco Importers Inc. on the bottom of our rear labels. The labels must also contain a seal of approval from our Italian certifier "ICEA" as listed above, along with operator codes on the front and rear labels. If you have purchased "Olio Beato" in the United States without these specifications on the labels, please contact us.
DeMarco Family Tradition
The art of importing the most exquisite Organic Unfiltered Apulian Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a family tradition, and has remained in the hands of the DeMarco family for at least a generation. This family legacy is the hallmark of quality of the "Olio Beato" brand. "Beato" (Blessed) is he who confirms it and "Beato" is he who chooses it.