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Extra virgin olive oil

Extra virgin olive oil
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Many foods typical of the Mediterranean diet, in addition to their nutritional function, are also notable for their antioxidant content. This is especially true for olive oil.

This serves as an excellent dressing for fish such as cod or salmon, or meats such as beef, chicken, and rabbit.

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Extra-virgin olive oil from the olive varietie Manzanilla Cacereña. This product has not undergone any type of process other than cleaning, decanting, centrifugation and filtration.

Ingredients: Extra-virgin olive oil from the olive varieties Arbequina, Verdial de Badajoz and Carrasqueña 

Additives:  Additive-Free.

Packaging: 750 ml glass bottle

Culinary uses:

This versatile olive oil enhances the flavor of boiled or grilled vegetables. Good for the preparation of different kinds of sauces (e.g. tomato sauce). Excellent for seasoning fish recipes such as cod or salmon, or meats like veal, chicken or rabbit.

Nutritional value:

This extra virgin olive oil has a unique fatty acid profile, with a high proportion of unsaturated to saturated fats, and more than 75% oleic acid, which provides a high nutritional and therapeutic value. Also has a great stability against rancidity and outstanding organoleptic qualities. All that and delicious, too!

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

The Mediterranean diet embodies an authentic life style introduced over the centuries which has spread throughout the inhabitants of the Mediterranean basin. It is characterized by the consumption of seafood, poultry, dairy, eggs, small amounts of red meat, bread, pasta, rice, vegetables, fruits, nuts, olive oil, moderate consumption of fish, and moderate amounts of wine. Most of the typical products of the Mediterranean diet, in addition to their nutritional value, stand out for their antioxidant power.

Studies have shown that the Mediterranean diet helps significantly reduce the risk of heart disease and mortality due to myocardial infarction and cancer, and also that it has a significant protective effect on the brain.

Olive oil is the principal fat in the Mediterranean diet.


The history of La Chinata begins in 1932, in the region of Sierra de Gata in the province of Caceres. At that time, oil was obtained in very basic olive mills. Nowadays, however, they have the most modern grinding and pressing systems, which are still purely mechanical but  extract a much bigger quantity with a clean and controlled method to ensure the quality of extra virgin olive oil.

Currently, La Chinata is a benchmark for the Gourmet market because of its commitment to the development of new products derived from extra virgin olive oil, to the innovation of new delicacies, and to exploring new market niches.

01/31/2014 Carmela Muñoz. Perfecta Un Aceite buenisima con una buena calidad precio. La utilizo para todo, gusisos ensaladas.

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