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Doña Elena Olive Oil introduces new look

But same good stuff in every bottle

Olive oil brand Doña Elena sports a new bottle design that’s functional and elegant. 

The new bottle design features two engravings and usage recommendations printed on the label.
Each bottle, which is rich in good fats and antioxidants, features two significant, fine engravings that are exclusively Doña Elena: the Doña Elena insignia near the top, and the olive fruit near the base. 

To make it easier for customers to choose the right olive oil for their cooking needs, the packaging has usage recommendation per variant printed on the label. Variants include Doña Elena Pure (for pasta and everyday cooking), Extra Virgin (for dips and salad dressing), and Pomace (for roasting and frying) in 250ml, 500ml, 1-liter, and 5-liter PET bottle sizes.

The makers of Doña Elena tapped a renowned French designer in 2017 to create a new bottle “befitting a well-loved premium quality product” made from olives directly sourced and harvested from the farms of Andalucía, Spain.

Chicken Galantine by Chef Mikel Zaguirre made with Doña Elena Pure Olive Oil.
Each bottle contains 80 percent monounsaturated oleic acids, proven to regulate insulin and support weight management according to research. The heart-friendly fat is also known for supporting the health of the heart and enhancing brain function. 

Doña Elena Olive Oil comes loaded with high levels of antioxidants like polyphenols and is packed with vitamins E, K, and A that help lower bad cholesterol levels.

Topics: Doña Elena , Olive oil , Doña Elena Pure , Andalucía , Spain , Mikel Zaguirre
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