Mille - Extra virgin olive oil from wild wild olive

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Mille: wild olive oil rich in polyphenols Mille di Frantoi Cutrera is produced from centuries-old wild olive shrubs ...


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How Mille oil is born, extra virgin olive oil from wild wild olive

The extra virgin olive oil rich in polyphenols and its uses

Quality milling

Some of the Awards Won by Our Oil

The main national and international certifications. Over 700 awards in the last twenty years. Here are the numbers that guarantee the quality of our production process, the goodness of our oil and the daily passion we put into our work.

Flos Olei 2023
A sort of olive atlas in two languages, Italian-English, Italian-Spanish and Italian-Chinese, which reviews 500 excellent companies from 5 continents, for a total of 56 countries.
Bibenda 2023
Over 600 companies producing quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil with the description of the oils produced and the related evaluations updated to the latest harvest. Oils rated 91/100 and above were assigned the 5 Drops, the rating of Excellence.
Commendable 2023
LODO is a Qualifying Gourmet project that curates and collects the evaluations of panels of international professional tasters and which selectively recognizes and rewards the best oils and the best companies from all over the world.
Italy's gold 2022
The Gold of Italy and the Gold of the Mediterranean have the aim of selecting, rewarding and promoting in the world the best extra virgin olive oils of Italy and the Mediterranean, produced with passion and competence by Italian and Mediterranean olive growers and millers.

Frequently asked questions about Mille oil

What is the difference between olive and wild olive?

The wild, uncultivated olive tree is defined as olivastro. It often has the appearance of a shrub although older specimens can reach enormous dimensions. The olives are very small and the leaves are more dull than sharp. These plants grow spontaneously in all areas where the olive tree is present. In Sicily it is often found on the banks of streams and streams.

How can you recognize the wild olive from which Mille oil is produced?

The trunk of this tree is often very twisted and may have cavities. The bark is grey, very smooth when the plant is young. The branches are many and often, especially in young olive trees, rich in thorns. The leaves have a sage green type color

What substances does Mille wild olive oil contain?

Mille extra virgin olive oil from wild wild olive has a high content of monounsaturated fats which makes it beneficial and protective for health. Furthermore, Mille has a higher content of sterols, tocopherols (vitamin E), carotenoids and polyphenols compared to other oils. It is precisely for this reason that its flavor is much more bitter and spicy. These substances have been widely studied by the scientific community for their antioxidant capacity.

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