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Al Jazira Organic Rosemary Extra Virgin Olive Oil 200ml
Pack size : 200ml
KES 1050.00(Inc. VAT)
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Al Jazira Organic Rosemary Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray is ideal for making Pasta, stiry-fry, seafood and meat. Made with the best extra virgin olive oil, enjoy all of the taste without any of the calories.
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Al Jazira Organic Rosemary Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray is the healthy & convenient way to cook without the calories of Oil or butter and with that perfect subtle taste of Olive Oil. Just spray any pan grill or cookware for easy flavorful cooking and non-stick serving. Al Jazira Organic Rosemary Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray is ideal for making Pasta, stiry-fry, seafood and meat. Made with the best extra virgin olive oil, enjoy all of the taste without any of the calories.
Average Nutritional Value As Per Serving
Olive Oil Spray
*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs
Olive Oil● Rosemary.
Store in a cool and dry place.
Preparation and usage
Ready to use.
The history of olive oil is confused with that of Tunisia. Many Mediterranean civilizations took turns throughout history to spread the culture of the olive tree: Phoenician, Carthaginian and Arab. Tunisian olive oil is famous for its unique fragrance, its inimitable taste, its beautiful golden robe and an ancestral know-how. Forerunner and visionary, the Ben Achour family has known since 1925 what the press claims today. For years the family has been producing olive oil until it became an exemplary success and a local market leader named AL JAZIRA. Although the plant is modern and at the forefront of technology AL JAZIRA has preserved the techniques and traditions that characterize its activities for several years. The Romans developed the further cultivation of the olive intensifying irrigation on this land to the scarce rain, the technique of oil extraction as evidenced by excavations in Sbeitla and El Jem and the many Roman mosaics discoveries in Sousse.