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À l’Olivier Olive Oils Win Gold Metal at Fancy Food Show

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We’ve had the opportunity to taste test the Fruit of La Passion in our own homemade cocktail Common Man’s Firey Passion. Now, the Fancy Food Show had their chance to try the olive oils and it seems to have gone well… gold metal well…

À l’Olivier — a line of olive oils and other specialty foods from France —was honored with the gold medal for best product line at last night’s 37th Sofi Awards in New York City at the annual Summer Fancy Food Show organized by the National Specialty Food Association (NASFT). The Sofi Awards recognize outstanding specialty food innovation. The À l’Olivier product line features creative products including Extra Virgin Olive Oil spreads, delicious vegetable and herb infused oils and original fruit vinegars. Their products are all healthy alternatives to other oils and vinegars, and they bring a fresh taste to creative cuisine. “We are so thrilled to accept this award,” said Jerome Blanvillain, producer of À l’Olivier. “Our products can be used in so many unique dishes. They are extremely versatile; the applications of À l’Olivier are limitless.”

À l’Olivier is distributed by DeMedici, a wholly owned specialty food company of the Gellert Global Group, whose primary holding is Atalanta Corporation, America’s leading specialty food import company. Since 1945, Atalanta has been a driving force in food importing and international trading. Atalanta has a presence on three continents and agents in every major commerce center in the world. Atalanta specializes in cheese, meats and grocery products. Their cheese line consists of over 1,200 imports ranging from delicate, fresh tomas to rugged Alpine mountain wheels. As accompaniments, Atalanta offers a variety of gourmet delights including charcuterie style deli meats, spicy mostardas, wine jellies, fruit spreads, anchovies, artichokes, baby onions, olives, olive oils, balsamic vinegars, mushrooms, pasta sauces, water crackers, honeys, cookies, chocolates, and more.

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