The Process of Olive Oil
Once selected, the olives are placed in the machine, which then separates them from any remaining leaves and other impurities.
The olives go in a container while the leaves and other impurities go in a separate sack.
The olives are passed through a pipe by means of air where they can be washed.
After the olives have been passed through a pipe and washed, they are now put in the trashing so that they are crushed, whole, by centrifuge force.
Then the olives are passed into a trashing; they are transformed into a paste, complete with the stone. The resulting paste contains tiny droplets of oil.
This is drawn together and separated from the other ingredients by blending and spinning in a mechanical process completely void of chemicals or heat.
This is the 1st cold pressing of Pure Olive Oil.