If there’s Spanish and Chinese have one thing in common, that would be how important family dinner is....
Those tradition menus contain very little fiber and vegetables but rich in sugars and fats. During these days you can easily “earn” up to 3000 Kcal or more per meal if you do not control the amounts and type of food.
Not all olive oil is created equal. There are many types of olive oils on the market, so how do you make sure that you are purchasing premium quality olive oil?
Spanish wine and olive oil is getting more and more important in the global market. But there are many importers feel struggled when choosing the right partner to import.
There are many reasons why a person takes interest in learning about wine. You will know which wine best suits the occasion, or meal. You will have confidence when buying, improve your smell and taste, and most importantly, have the satisfaction each time you take a sip.
Asia’s climate and the agricultural condition is not fit for olive oil production. Yet because of the dire chase of having a healthier lifestyle, consumers from all over the world prefer to use vegetable oil of high-quality oil like extra virgin olive oil from Spain than just using regular oil.
Spanish wine exporters will enjoy the Asian market for the next five years, focusing on China, Japan, and Singapore as the key markets. So if you are planning to march into the wine market in Asia, this might be a good year for you.
The private labelling industry is now at its peak,there are a lot of business opportunities using private label products. If you are interested in private labelling/OEM olive oil or wine, contact us right away!
It is important to know how to correctly read and interpret the labels of foods and thus be more rigorous with what we eat, since sometimes they can cause confusion. What information can we find in the labeling of olive oil? How is it regulated?
We know that the real extra virgin olive oil has a fruity taste and amazing aroma but we can’t just open a bottle of olive oil and start sniffing and tasting at the grocery store, nor online. So how do we spot the fake ones?