Lebanese Olive Oil Ranked 4th in International German Exhibition

A Lebanese olive oil extra virgin, was ranked fourth in the competition of the best olive oil extra virgin from organic agriculture (Bio) during the exhibition "Biofach 2012" in Nürnberg city in Germany.

About 80 biggest olive oil companies in the world have participated in this competition.


The oil is produced by a Lebanese woman named Ane Fawaz, from the southern village of Deir Mimas who follows the organic farming method, and works to improve the quality of Lebanese olive oil.

Fawaz is also marketing its olive oil product brand “Mariam’s Gold" in the European countries.NNA

Photo: NNA


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