Agrocert Certification

E.U. secured the quality of certain agricultural products, by creating the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Certification.

In order to secure the quality of certain agricultural products, the European Union created the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Certification.

The reason of providing this certification is the protection of certain agricultural products’ high quality and identity, whose origin place special features, such as the microclimate, give them some unique quality benefits.

The olive oil of Laconia is demonstrably distinguished by its high quality, fame and other rare characteristics attributed to its origin place, cultivation method and processing.

In the Laconian olive groves the combat of olive oil enemies and olive fruit diseases is achieved through biological and environmentally friendly techniques. After the harvest and necessarily within three days the local classic or centrifugal olive mills set about the business of olive processing throughout all stages. Next the olive oil is subjected to physicochemical analysis and organoleptic test, according to the directives of the Ministry of Rural Development and Food.

After having been successfully tested by the Ministry of Rural Development and Food, Ya Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil was certified as a PDO product.

In this way, we guarantee not only the special identity of Ya Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil, but also its unique taste and quality characteristics.

“Laconic” means expressing briefly and easily what exactly you want to say.

This is the way our site works.

Some similar sites tend to present a lot of information about olive oil in general because they have nothing to say about their own product.

On our site you will find exactly what you need to learn about Υα Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil, nothing more and nothing less

Unnecessary information does not fit to our philosophy.

 

“If you deconstruct Greece, you will in the end see an olive tree, a grapevine, and a boat remain. That is, with as much, you reconstruct her.” (Odysseus Elytis – Nobel Prize in Literature, 1979)