WA olive oil top choice

OLEA Australis Ltd may be struggling to turn a profit but that doesn’t mean the group isn’t producing some top-notch olive oil. While the company revealed yet another chief executive appointment, good news arrived from the team that compiles CHOICE Magazine and its tips for consumers. In its latest review of extra virgin olive oils, the magazine recommended consumers buy two Western Australian brands – Olea’s Dandaragan Select Fruity and Frankland River Olive Company’s Jingilli Devine. The recommendations were made after the Australian Consumer Association independently taste tested 28 supermarket extra virgin olive oils. Dandaragan Select Fruity and Jingilli Devine were rated equal third. The two producers are part of a burgeoning industry in Australia. According to the West Australian Olive Oil Council chairman Mike Baker there were only two Australian oils on the supermarket shelves when CHOICE magazine last conducted a similar olive oil study three years ago. He said there were now more than 20.

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