Categories for Oil Packaging

How to Store Olive Oil to Extend Shelf Life

April 7, 2022

Olive oil, unlike wine, does not become better with time. If you store a freshly harvested olive oil away from heat and light and in an airtight bottle, it will maintain freshness for 18 months. HOW TO STORE OLIVE OIL Best Olive Oil Storage Method You need to store olive oil in a tightly closed container to prevent it from rapidly oxidizing. Always remember to place the bottle cap back and ensure it’s tightly sealed after using your olive oil. You should never store olive oil in a vessel that doesn’t have a tight-fitting cap or another container sealing method.... View Article

Bottling Your Own Olive Oil

August 3, 2021

Are you interested in bottling your own olive oil? The olive oil bottling process may seem like it would be fun and relaxing, but it actually takes a lot of work. There’s a lot you should learn about the bottling process before trying it on your own. This will help you avoid wasting any of your product. Read on for everything you need to know about bottling your own olive oil. Getting the right type of equipment If you plan on bottling your own olive oil, it’s important to invest in the right equipment. While some of this equipment is... View Article

Bulk Olive Oil for Private Labeling

October 8, 2020

If you’ve always dreamed of owning your own olive oil brand, there’s no better time to start than now. Olivamed LLC can supply bulk olive oil for your private label in Ohio. Now you can create your own custom blends—and even add a line of balsamic vinegar to go with it. We work with a private design firm to help you create your private label, from choosing the perfect oil to creating the perfect packaging. Here’s what you need to know when you’re starting your own private label. What is a private label? Private label olive oil allows you to... View Article

Did You Know Packaging Can Affect Olive Oil Quality?

November 14, 2019

Obviously, the quality of olive oil is mostly determined by processes such as olive farming and harvesting, as well as the oil production process itself. But it is important to note that the packaging companies select for their olive oil can also have an effect on the level of quality expected from the oil. A report by the Olive Oil Center at UC-Davis goes into detail about how factors such as moisture, oxygen exposure, trace metals and fatty acids promote oxidation and therefore limit shelf life. Choosing the ideal packaging material and storage methods can help to slow down the... View Article

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