Award-winning Israeli Gold Extra Virgin Olive Oil Named to Saveur List

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Manzanilla and Barnea varietals imported from Israel take two spots on Saveur’s list of 12 recommended oils.

The Harrington Trace Corporation announced today that its Israeli Gold™ Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Manzanilla and Barnea varietals, were named as two of 12 extra virgin olive oils recommended by Saveur Magazine in its December 2005 issue. This honor comes just weeks after the Manzanilla varietal, won “Best New Oil, Vinegar or Salad Dressing Item” at the Kosherfest 2005 Best New Product Competition in New York City.

Israeli Gold™ Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Manzanilla, a single-note oil pressed solely from Manzanilla olives grown in central Israel, is fruity with a hint of spiciness. The Barnea varietal, also a single-note selection, is smooth and grassy with a peppery finish. Both oils are bottled in a distinctive 375ml (12.7 fl. oz.) cobalt blue bottle with bar-top stopper and are available directly from Harrington Trace or at select fine food shops.

John McBride, President of The Harrington Trace Corporation, said “Our Israeli Gold™ oils are the flagship of our expanding gourmet food product line. The recognition they are receiving in the industry echoes the compliments we receive from customers. We will continue to strive to bring the best food that the world has to offer to the American consumer.”

The Harrington Trace Corporation is a privately-held gourmet food and beverage import company headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Israeli Gold™ is a trademark of The Harrington Trace Corporation.


John McBride


The Harrington Trace Corporation

(413) 303-1290

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