The only type of oil I buy anymore is olive oil. I use the extra-light-tasting for all my baking needs and for frying tortillas and stuff, whenever I don't want the rich, olive taste of good extra virgin olive oil. A few months ago, I saw this "new to me" brand of extra virgin olive oil in the market and decided to give it a try.
I liked the fact that it was "made in America" and that I would be reducing my carbon footprint somewhat. :) It isn't organic but it is "sustainably grown" and "contains no genetically modified ingredients."
Wow, is this stuff tasty! It has a deep green color and a fresh fruity aroma and taste! This is the oil I use for making salad dressings and croutons and anytime I want the oil to be the star of the dish!
Nope, I don't get any money for this, just wanted to share what I feel is a great product that is made right here in the good old U.S. of A.! :)