Family-owned olive oil producer Acropolis Organics won an entry in the annual NYIOCC contest with its Bioharvest EVOO Series.
The annual contest is composed of olive oil experts known as a leading resource for consumers in understanding varieties, taste selection, and quality indicators.
Acropolis Organics Bioharvest EVOO Series is a budget-friendly, chemical-free oil selection. It is produced in the family estate in Vouves, Crete—home to the world’s oldest olive tree. Over a million bottles have been sold!
According to Canada’s Food Price Report, Canadian food prices will increase 3 per cent to 5 per cent next year dueto the economic impacts of the pandemic.
What sets them apart from others is their decision to bypass the organic certification process to provide budget-friendly options to consumers.
President and Founder of Acropolis Organics, Panagiotis Tsiriotakis, highlighted the importance of this decision.
“We want a single mother with three kids and one job to be able to bring health to her kitchen table,” said Tsiriotakis. “We offer both a Certified Organic EVOO as well as the Bioharvest EVOO, which allows us to introduce pricing flexibility into a prohibitively expensive organic food market without sacrificing quality or taste.”
The olive sector has faced challenges in recent years due to issues pertaining to oil authenticity. However, Acropolis Organics Bioharvest EVOO comes with a protected designation certificate given by third parties to prove the origin claims of the product.
“Honestly, I would never buy another olive oil again,” says longtime Acropolis Organics customer, George Kotanidis. “This is the real deal.”
Acropolis Organics Bioharvest EVOO can be purchased through the company website at www.acropolisorganics.com, or at retailers across Canada and the United States.