The Olive Oil Source Launches Interactive Program to Create Personalized Oil and Vinegar Products

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The Olive Oil Source, the industry leader in olive oil-related products, announced a program newly available on their Boutique e-tail website ( that lets consumers create their own custom bottled olive oil and vinegar products. With a simple, 5-step interactive process, Boutique customers can build personalized versions of their favorite olive oils and vinegars, crafting individualized messages and images of their own creation on the label.


It's like including a gift card that never gets separated from the gift"

The Olive Oil Source Boutique today announced exciting graphic enhancements to the new Create Your Own Oil and Vinegar Custom Labeled Bottles interactive program now available on their website.

Bringing a world of customizable gifts to life with personalized product selections and packaging, the simple interactive process allows consumers to choose from a wide array of olive oil or vinegar products to craft personalized gifts for family, friends and business associates with a few clicks of the keyboard.

“It’s like including a gift card that never gets separated from the gift.”

First of its kind in the industry, the simplified order system lets customers choose from a variety of designs and place favorite photos from their own digital library onto a wider selection of colored and patterned labels available on-site. Selecting from many different bottle sizes and styles, filled with popular olive oils and flavored vinegars, users can customize products for any occasion, creating one-of-a-kind gifts, invitations or announcements with no limit on order size from one special bottle to enough for a wedding party of 250 guests.

“Now that olive oil and flavored vinegars have become “must have” ingredients in every kitchen pantry, our customers wanted a way to share their favorites and give the gift of health to friends and family in a totally unique way. The new customizable label designs marry our best-of-line product selections with a full array of package configurations. It’s like including a gift card that never gets separated from the gift”, said Antoinette Addison, Vice President, The Olive Oil Source. “Why send a postcard of the annual family photo next holiday season, when you can send that same photo and a wonderful gift of health at the same time?”

Foodies and crafters alike will appreciate the simple, creative process that the Create Your Own Oil and Vinegar Program includes:

  • Simple five-step onscreen creative process.
  • Ability to select from world-class single varietal and flavored olive oils and flavored vinegars.
  • Photo library integration that allows users to import photos directly from their computer onto an array of colorful label designs.
  • Six different bottle shapes and sizes
  • Color-coordinated shrink caps for a first-class finishing touch
  • No order size limits

The in-site app can be found at Create Your Own Oil and Vinegar Custom Labeled Bottles.

About The Olive Oil Source    

The Olive Oil Source is the most comprehensive olive oil resource for information, trends and products on everything related to olive oil. Producers seeking information on the latest commercial equipment, retailers looking to source extra virgin olive oil-related products, and consumers interested in learning the latest information and trends in extra virgin olive oil will find “Everything but the Olive” at The Olive Oil Source.

The Olive Oil Source is owned and operated by Shawn and Antoinette Addison who have graduate education degrees in agricultural sciences and economics from Ecole National d’Agronomie in France and from Stanford University and manage their own organic olive orchard and will in the Santa Ynez valley of California. They are among a select group of industry experts able to provide customers with information and products based on both current research and field experience. For more information about The Olive Oil Source, visit us at

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