Certificate of analysis

Certificate of analysis


Why a Certificate of Analysis is needed?  Olive oil is a staple in the Mediterranean diet and has been for centuries. However, there are many different olive oils on the market today that differ in taste and price. It’s important to know what you’re buying for your health and budget.

Consumers are increasingly aware of the quality of their food, especially in regard to olive oil. This awareness is due in part to the availability of a certificate of analysis reports on various oils. But what exactly is a certificate of analysis?

Declaration of Analysis is a document that indicates the purity and quality level for a given product. It also provides documented proof that the product meets certain specifications set by the manufacturer. These documents are commonly issued for pharmaceuticals, food, chemicals, and other chemical substances.

This Certificate is a report that lists the major properties of a food product. If you want to know more about the quality of your olive oil, there are four things you need to look at:

Freezing point -Moisture content -Purity -Weight.

Certificate of Analysis of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This is an example of a Certificate of Analysis for Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It contains information about the physical attributes of olive oil, as well as some chemical properties.

Physical Attributes: – The color is yellow with greenish tints, and it has an aspect that is both limpid and opalescent – The specific gravity ranges from 0.895-0.910 g/ml – The acidity ranges from 0-0.1% oleic acid – The refractive index ranges from 1.406-1.419

Here below we share with you all the required documents for all of our olive oil.

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 POMACE OLIVE OIL

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 VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

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 EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

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 ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

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 Organic Production Certificate 

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Certificate of Approval