Who We Are

About 70% of imported olive oil labeled as extra virgin grade is of substandard quality. At So Olive, we provide complete transparency of our extra virgin olive oils, tracing them from the time of crush to the bottle. Each olive oil was tested at a third-party lab and professionally tasted for authenticity. As a result, you will get a high-quality olive oil that cooks better on high heat, tastes great, and is good for your health.

Our Products

To ensure we have the freshest products, we apply a dual hemisphere approach to sourcing premium, extra virgin grade olive oils. This means that one half of the year we provide extra virgin olives oils from the Northern Hemisphere, and the other half of the year we provide extra virgin olive oils from the Southern Hemisphere. All of our olive oils can be traced back to the original producer, thereby we are able to provide harvest dates, country of origin, and chemical testing results of all of our ultra premium olive oils.

How We Work

In our retail store, you are encouraged to sample all of our oils and learn how to identify good-quality olive oil compared to low-quality olive oil, as well as many uses and flavor combinations you may enjoy. Can't make it to our store? Shop from our selection online! Either way, our commitment is to provide you the best extra virgin olive oils all year round.

Ultra Premium (UP) is a new category of olive oil reserved for the highest quality olive oils in the world. It was created to differentiate high quality extra virgin olive oils from gourmet, premium labeled olive oils and mass produced store brands. The UP standard involves strict requirements for fruit quality, production process, and the end-product. Therefore, the ‘when’, ‘what’, and ‘how’ the oil is made becomes more of a substantial factor than the pretense of ‘where’ the olive oil was made.

The UP standard exceeds all European, Italian, Spanish, Greek, North American, Californian, or other standards for extra virgin grade olive oil. In order to qualify for the UP grade, the extra virgin olive oil must meet or exceed a comprehensive set of production, storage, transportation, testing, chemistry, and organoleptic requirements. The UP standard also rewards farmers for producing high quality oil and promotes Fair Trade practices by creating a demand for a higher quality product.