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OP Latium - The Production Chain Organization of Olive Producers from Latium Region



Our mission is the qualitative improvement of our products in order to increase their value in the markets, through traceability systems and product certifications.

OP Latium is the biggest organization of olive producers in the Latium Region. We represent around 9,000 farms which operate in the main olive areas of Latium Region with a network of 50 supply chains traced and overseen.




Moreover we directly produce extra virgin olive oil in our mills in the Sabina area, an area historically known for its multi-millennial olive tradition.

Our strong presence and deep roots in the region allow us to offer only the best of the local and regional olive production to the consumers, guaranteeing at the same time product quality, protection of the environment and a proper remuneration to the farms.



Sabina DOP



The Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola.



The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina territory with the specific characteristics and qualities defined in the related production document.



The Sabina D.O.P olive oil has a yellow - green color with golden shades, its taste is fruity, velvety, uniform, aromatic, sweet, bitter and spicy due to the very fresh olive oils.


Oleum Nostrum



Oleum Nostrum is the extra virgin olive oil 100% Made in Italy traced UNI EN ISO 22005/07 produced by OP Latium.

Successor of the'"Green Gold" of Ancient Rome, it is an extra virgin oil extracted in Italy only from olives cultivated in Italy.




Fruits dedicated to its production are harvested at the right ripening grade directly from the tree through mechanical tools, olives are then stored in crates with holes to guarantee their freshness and then sent to the pressing within 24 hours in order to assure the maximum quality level to the final product.

The olive oil obtained is scented and balanced and fits perfectly with the courses of the Mediterranean Diet.


Products



Traceability has nowadays a crucial role on the market to differentiate the agri-food products, guaranteeing the origin of the product, pursuing greater transparency and controlling the market and supply chain.

The certification of the supply chain guarantees the consumer some key elements: assurance of product origin and thus high quality standard, food safety and transparency on all the supply chain actors.

OP Latium sells extra virgin oil and table olives traced in compliance with the ISO 22005:07 and other high quality products as for instance bruschetta, patè, creams, vegetables preserved in oil and gelatins.


Extra Virgin Olive Oil Traced in Compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07



Extra virgin olive oil made in Italy certified in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07 (supply chain traceability) and traced UNI EN ISO 22005/07 + policy "100% High Italian Quality" which require more stringent requirements compared to the binding regulation.

The traceability program promoted by Unaprol and to which OP Latium adheres to, has the goal to assure the top quality and safety, along all the supply chain, from the harvesting to the transformation/packaging phase. The cultivation, harvesting, pressing, storing and packaging processes are all certified by a third party authority in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005:08 and the "100% High Italian Quality" policy.


Black Table Olives "Gaeta al Naturale" Traced in Compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07



Itrana olive is processed through the “Natural Gaeta” method and is characterized by its tapered form, violet colour, winey and slightly bitter taste with soft acetic shades. Fruit harvesting happens in March when maturation is completed. Ripening lasts a few months and is carried out in dedicated containers with the use of water and salt, without adding any preservatives or adjuvants in the fermentation process. For this reason the Gaeta olive owns an important nutritional value and is rich of polyphenols and natural antioxidants.

The “Natural Gaeta olives” sold by OP LATIUM are traced in compliance with the UNI EN ISO 22005/07 regulation according to a specific technical supply chain policy (“Disciplinare Tecnico di Filiera"). The policy’s aim is to guarantee the traceability of table olives along all the supply chain.


Table Olives "Itrana Bianca"




The table olive "Itrana Bianca" differentiates itslef from the Gaeta olive for its crispiness and its strong, biting and fanciful taste. Nice if incised or pressed and seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, herbs, garlic and chili pepper.


Harvesting happens when the olive is semi-ripe, generally in the month of December, ripening is carried out in water and salt and lasts few months. These olives are commonly used as a starter or to accompany fanciful aperitifs.


Monitoring, Environment, Competiveness, Quality, Traceability



OP Latium participates in the activities of the olive producer organizations, as per EU regulations 611/14 and 615/14, which are carried out by Unaprol – Italian Olive Consortium in the period 2015-2018.

With around 9,000 farms, of which 21 cooperatives, and a network of 50 traced supply chains in the Latium Region, OP Latium is a widespread organization which aims to provide tools and services to the olive producers in order to promote their products.

Coherently with the reference regulations and with the aim to offer the maximum possible support to all the farms which need technical qualified assistance and believe in OP Latium’s commercial strategy, the consortium decided to adopt the following actions:

Field 1 - Monitoring and Administration of The Olive Oil and Table Olive Markets

Action - 1.a) Monitoring and administration of the olive oil and table olive markets.


OP Latium participates to the three-year monitoring program of Unaprol for the period April 2015 - March 2018, the program includes the following activities:

- Monitoring of national market data;
- Researches related to the environment and enhancement of olive oil and table olive quality.

The main data to be gathered are related to the different olive oil and table olive categories, distinguished between conventional categories and the ones intended for EU certifications (PDO, PDI, Organic).


Field 2 - Improving The Environmental Impact of Olive Production

Action - 2.a) Elaboration of good olive production practices based on environmental standards conformed to the local conditions as well as their diffusion among olive producers and monitoring of practical implementation.



This action has been adopted by OP Latium with the aim of helping the farms to reach a quality production that is at the same time eco-friendly. Furthermore OP Latium aims to rationalize the production costs; nowadays the operational costs have an important impact on the end product price, and in a market where it is necessary to be competitive on the production costs this action assumes even more significance.

The tool through which rationalize’s the agricultural practices is represented by a production policy with a low environmental impact which allows to get a safe and sustainable production and at the same time reduce the costs. The management and respect of this policy will be guaranteed by a specialist technical assistance provided to the partners through the activation of one-stop shops both in the cooperatives and in OP Latium .

Action - 2.b) Practical demonstration of alternative techniques to the use of chemical products to fight the olive fruit fly as well as projects to monitor the trend of seasonal infestation.



This action, beyond being relevant from an environmental point of view, is strategic also to guarantee the product quality and quantity, as well as to contain the company cost, indeed the monitoring of the trend of the seasonal infestation of the different pathogens provides clear and prompt information on the best practices to adopt to limit the production damages.


Field 3 - Competitiveness Improvement Through Modernization

Action - 3.a) Education and communication initiatives.



Food information and education of the consumer become fundamental priorities on the olive oil and table olive markets which are always less transparent due to the exponential scam increase.

Thus it is fundamental to educate the supply chain actors on the strengths and qualitative and health differences of the real Italian quality olive oil to the end of assure the right appreciation on the market. For this reason OP Latium has chosen to activate this action which is targeted to educate and communicate to all the supply chain actors and to the consumers the quality and unicity of the olive oil of Latium region.


Field 4 - Quality Improvement of Production of Olive Oil and Table Olive

Action - 4.a) Improvement of olive cultivation, harvesting, delivery and warehousing conditions before processing and related technical assistance.



This action is referred to the producing phases that precede the olive processing: cultivation, harvesting, delivery and warehousing.

Recipients of this action will be all the farms that currently use traditional cultivation systems and need to rationalize their operations in order to control their costs. On one side there have been relevant changes in the oil extraction process but on the other side not always there has been a comparable renovation in the production of the raw material.

Beyond the monitoring of pathogens, through the mentioned actions, a specialized technical assistance related to the above production phases with the aim to gain efficiency in the farm management will be offered to the farms, maintaining high productivity and quality and at the same time reducing the environmental impact; following the logic that"the quality is obtained on the field and in the mill it has to be preserved.

Action - 4.b) Improvement of warehousing and bottling condition and enhancement of production residues.



Through this action OP Latium aims to introduce innovation in the management of the olive oil and table olive residues according to the approach “from waste to resource” developing an energetic supply chain based on the fragments of olive stones extracted from two and third-phase pomace.

In a context of sustainable economy it is a priority to guarantee proper management of the byproducts obtained from the mechanical extraction of virgin olive oil: recovery and proper management of olive stone fragments represents an interesting revenue stream alternative sees the wide diffusion of pellet stoves and, most recently, of stoves projected for using olive stone fragments.

In the OP production plant of Palombara Sabina (RM) pomace management will be implemented to obtain olive stone fragments.

Furthermore higher profitability conditions will be tested, to define a business model applicable to the different production units of OP Latium’ supply chains; acting on logistic, transportation, warehousing, to define a management model both profitable and suitable to the olive producers of Latium region .

Action - 4.c) Technical assistance to production, olive transformation industry, table olive producers, olive mills, packaging companies on the qualitative aspects of the products.



In the latest years the technological innovation on the mechanical extraction of virgin olive oil has been focused on the improvement of the product quality.

This innovation has been particularly important in Italy, a country that more than others bases its development in the sector on the product quality.

Action 4.c is thus strategical for OP Latium, which aims to positively impact all the factors that influence the quality in the transformation phase.

To this end specialized technical assistance focused on solving the transformation related issues will be provided, also will be introducing innovative equipment for collective use of the shareholders of the different production areas.


Field 5 - Traceability

Action - 5.a) Supply chain traceability.



OP Latium participates to the national supply chain traceability program of UNAPROL: a tool to protect and promote the extra virgin oil made in Italy.

UNAPROL – Italian Olive Consortium is the main Italian olive producers organization with over 500 thousand companies. On behalf of the adherent entrepreneurs, UNAPROL started different national programs to safeguard and enhance olive oils made in Italy, with particular attention to the segments of the certified extra virgin oil in compliance UNI EN ISO 22005/08 (supply chain traceability) and Traced UNI EN ISO 22005/08 + policy "100% High Italian Quality" which require more stringent product and system requirements compared to the binding regulation.

On this last topic it is an ongoing 3-year supply chain traceability program on the reg. 867/08 that covers 532 supply chains and over 6000 farms. The traceability is assuming a fundamental role on the market to differentiate extra virgin oils, guarantee to the consumer the product origin, pursue greater transparency and control of the market; also in light of the new regulation on the mandatory indication of the olive origin on the product label.

The traceability program promoted by Unaprol has the goal to assure the top quality and safety, along all the supply chains, from the harvesting to the transformation/packaging phase. The cultivation, harvesting, pressing, storing and packaging processes are all certified by a third party authority in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005:08 and the "100% High Italian Quality” policy. Supply chain traceability, assures to the consumer some key elements: the origin of the product and thus the high quality standard, food safety and transparency on the supply chain actors.

In particular, transparency is guaranteed through the traceability web/sms system provided by Unaprol to the consumers. Thanks to the SMS service the consumer can enter on his mobile device the batch number indicated on the product label and get to know the olive variety, processing location, organoleptic and sensorial olive oil characteristics and the suggested parings. Furthermore the service is multi-lingual in order to allow foreign consumers to understand the characteristics and origin of the product.

Unaprol pursued the logic of having the consumer as central element of its enhancement strategy of traced oil productions, beyond maintaining and updating the SMS system Unaprol implemented new information systems to ease the information flow.

The innovative labeling system implemented allows to label the olive oil bottles with an electronic ID card able to provide complete information on the product to consumers, distributors and restaurateurs.

The implemented system is based on QR-CODE technology that nowadays is widespread in many sectors and most likely will have a further expansion in the next years.

The QR CODE allows the consumer to access to the information simply by scanning the QR CODE with the camera of the mobile device provided with a QR CODE app, in real time will be displayed analytic reports, pairings or videos of the producer and its area of origin.

The information provided is vetted by a supply chain traceability system certified by UNI EN ISO 22005/08 regulation and in compliance with the "100% High Italian Quality” policy. In this way Unaprol aims to certify the product not only based on its area of origin but also by verifying its analytical and sensorial characteristics to guarantee that the olive oil is really Italian and of superior quality.

Under transparency considerations, Unaprol is not settling with a system validation provided by a third party but has also fielded own resources to create analytical methodologies able to tie olive oils and areas of origin. At this scope, in partnership with the University and research world, studies based on stable NMR isotopes and conventional methodologies has been launched, the first results look promising, the aim is to create a strategic tool to support the conventional traceability systems.

In conclusion the Unaprol traceability system is a strategic tool for olive producers not only from a management and communication point of view, but also because traceability has a key role in the main food standards and regulations required by the large-scale retail trade Global Gap, GSFS,ISO 22000:05,ISO 22005/08 IFS and product certifications.


OP Latium for School


How it is produced and how to recognize the high quality extra virgin olive oil.

OP Latium invites all the students of different age groups to get close to the king product of the Mediterranean Diet: the Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Our guest will be accompanied by expert personnel on a guided tour of a modern olive mill, where they will see the production process of the true Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil and discover the mechanisms and details that assure its quality.

The goal is to promote among young generations a proper and effective information on the productive, nutritional and sensorial aspects of the extra virgin olive oil and olive table.


OP Latium - Sabina DOP - Nostrum


OP Latium - The Production Chain Organization of Olive Producers from Latium Region



Our mission is the qualitative improvement of our products in order to increase their value in the markets, through traceability systems and product certifications.

OP Latium is the biggest organization of olive producers in the Latium Region. We represent around 9,000 farms which operate in the main olive areas of Latium Region with a network of 50 supply chains traced and overseen.




Moreover we directly produce extra virgin olive oil in our mills in the Sabina area, an area historically known for its multi-millennial olive tradition.

Our strong presence and deep roots in the region allow us to offer only the best of the local and regional olive production to the consumers, guaranteeing at the same time product quality, protection of the environment and a proper remuneration to the farms.



Sabina DOP



The Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola.



The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina territory with the specific characteristics and qualities defined in the related production document.



The Sabina D.O.P olive oil has a yellow - green color with golden shades, its taste is fruity, velvety, uniform, aromatic, sweet, bitter and spicy due to the very fresh olive oils.


Oleum Nostrum



Oleum Nostrum is the extra virgin olive oil 100% Made in Italy traced UNI EN ISO 22005/07 produced by OP Latium.

Successor of the'"Green Gold" of Ancient Rome, it is an extra virgin oil extracted in Italy only from olives cultivated in Italy.




Fruits dedicated to its production are harvested at the right ripening grade directly from the tree through mechanical tools, olives are then stored in crates with holes to guarantee their freshness and then sent to the pressing within 24 hours in order to assure the maximum quality level to the final product.

The olive oil obtained is scented and balanced and fits perfectly with the courses of the Mediterranean Diet.


Products



Traceability has nowadays a crucial role on the market to differentiate the agri-food products, guaranteeing the origin of the product, pursuing greater transparency and controlling the market and supply chain.

The certification of the supply chain guarantees the consumer some key elements: assurance of product origin and thus high quality standard, food safety and transparency on all the supply chain actors.

OP Latium sells extra virgin oil and table olives traced in compliance with the ISO 22005:07 and other high quality products as for instance bruschetta, patè, creams, vegetables preserved in oil and gelatins.


Extra Virgin Olive Oil Traced in Compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07



Extra virgin olive oil made in Italy certified in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07 (supply chain traceability) and traced UNI EN ISO 22005/07 + policy "100% High Italian Quality" which require more stringent requirements compared to the binding regulation.

The traceability program promoted by Unaprol and to which OP Latium adheres to, has the goal to assure the top quality and safety, along all the supply chain, from the harvesting to the transformation/packaging phase. The cultivation, harvesting, pressing, storing and packaging processes are all certified by a third party authority in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005:08 and the "100% High Italian Quality" policy.


Black Table Olives "Gaeta al Naturale" Traced in Compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005/07



Itrana olive is processed through the “Natural Gaeta” method and is characterized by its tapered form, violet colour, winey and slightly bitter taste with soft acetic shades. Fruit harvesting happens in March when maturation is completed. Ripening lasts a few months and is carried out in dedicated containers with the use of water and salt, without adding any preservatives or adjuvants in the fermentation process. For this reason the Gaeta olive owns an important nutritional value and is rich of polyphenols and natural antioxidants.

The “Natural Gaeta olives” sold by OP LATIUM are traced in compliance with the UNI EN ISO 22005/07 regulation according to a specific technical supply chain policy (“Disciplinare Tecnico di Filiera"). The policy’s aim is to guarantee the traceability of table olives along all the supply chain.


Table Olives "Itrana Bianca"




The table olive "Itrana Bianca" differentiates itslef from the Gaeta olive for its crispiness and its strong, biting and fanciful taste. Nice if incised or pressed and seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, herbs, garlic and chili pepper.


Harvesting happens when the olive is semi-ripe, generally in the month of December, ripening is carried out in water and salt and lasts few months. These olives are commonly used as a starter or to accompany fanciful aperitifs.


Monitoring, Environment, Competiveness, Quality, Traceability



OP Latium participates in the activities of the olive producer organizations, as per EU regulations 611/14 and 615/14, which are carried out by Unaprol – Italian Olive Consortium in the period 2015-2018.

With around 9,000 farms, of which 21 cooperatives, and a network of 50 traced supply chains in the Latium Region, OP Latium is a widespread organization which aims to provide tools and services to the olive producers in order to promote their products.

Coherently with the reference regulations and with the aim to offer the maximum possible support to all the farms which need technical qualified assistance and believe in OP Latium’s commercial strategy, the consortium decided to adopt the following actions:

Field 1 - Monitoring and Administration of The Olive Oil and Table Olive Markets

Action - 1.a) Monitoring and administration of the olive oil and table olive markets.


OP Latium participates to the three-year monitoring program of Unaprol for the period April 2015 - March 2018, the program includes the following activities:

- Monitoring of national market data;
- Researches related to the environment and enhancement of olive oil and table olive quality.

The main data to be gathered are related to the different olive oil and table olive categories, distinguished between conventional categories and the ones intended for EU certifications (PDO, PDI, Organic).


Field 2 - Improving The Environmental Impact of Olive Production

Action - 2.a) Elaboration of good olive production practices based on environmental standards conformed to the local conditions as well as their diffusion among olive producers and monitoring of practical implementation.



This action has been adopted by OP Latium with the aim of helping the farms to reach a quality production that is at the same time eco-friendly. Furthermore OP Latium aims to rationalize the production costs; nowadays the operational costs have an important impact on the end product price, and in a market where it is necessary to be competitive on the production costs this action assumes even more significance.

The tool through which rationalize’s the agricultural practices is represented by a production policy with a low environmental impact which allows to get a safe and sustainable production and at the same time reduce the costs. The management and respect of this policy will be guaranteed by a specialist technical assistance provided to the partners through the activation of one-stop shops both in the cooperatives and in OP Latium .

Action - 2.b) Practical demonstration of alternative techniques to the use of chemical products to fight the olive fruit fly as well as projects to monitor the trend of seasonal infestation.



This action, beyond being relevant from an environmental point of view, is strategic also to guarantee the product quality and quantity, as well as to contain the company cost, indeed the monitoring of the trend of the seasonal infestation of the different pathogens provides clear and prompt information on the best practices to adopt to limit the production damages.


Field 3 - Competitiveness Improvement Through Modernization

Action - 3.a) Education and communication initiatives.



Food information and education of the consumer become fundamental priorities on the olive oil and table olive markets which are always less transparent due to the exponential scam increase.

Thus it is fundamental to educate the supply chain actors on the strengths and qualitative and health differences of the real Italian quality olive oil to the end of assure the right appreciation on the market. For this reason OP Latium has chosen to activate this action which is targeted to educate and communicate to all the supply chain actors and to the consumers the quality and unicity of the olive oil of Latium region.


Field 4 - Quality Improvement of Production of Olive Oil and Table Olive

Action - 4.a) Improvement of olive cultivation, harvesting, delivery and warehousing conditions before processing and related technical assistance.



This action is referred to the producing phases that precede the olive processing: cultivation, harvesting, delivery and warehousing.

Recipients of this action will be all the farms that currently use traditional cultivation systems and need to rationalize their operations in order to control their costs. On one side there have been relevant changes in the oil extraction process but on the other side not always there has been a comparable renovation in the production of the raw material.

Beyond the monitoring of pathogens, through the mentioned actions, a specialized technical assistance related to the above production phases with the aim to gain efficiency in the farm management will be offered to the farms, maintaining high productivity and quality and at the same time reducing the environmental impact; following the logic that"the quality is obtained on the field and in the mill it has to be preserved.

Action - 4.b) Improvement of warehousing and bottling condition and enhancement of production residues.



Through this action OP Latium aims to introduce innovation in the management of the olive oil and table olive residues according to the approach “from waste to resource” developing an energetic supply chain based on the fragments of olive stones extracted from two and third-phase pomace.

In a context of sustainable economy it is a priority to guarantee proper management of the byproducts obtained from the mechanical extraction of virgin olive oil: recovery and proper management of olive stone fragments represents an interesting revenue stream alternative sees the wide diffusion of pellet stoves and, most recently, of stoves projected for using olive stone fragments.

In the OP production plant of Palombara Sabina (RM) pomace management will be implemented to obtain olive stone fragments.

Furthermore higher profitability conditions will be tested, to define a business model applicable to the different production units of OP Latium’ supply chains; acting on logistic, transportation, warehousing, to define a management model both profitable and suitable to the olive producers of Latium region .

Action - 4.c) Technical assistance to production, olive transformation industry, table olive producers, olive mills, packaging companies on the qualitative aspects of the products.



In the latest years the technological innovation on the mechanical extraction of virgin olive oil has been focused on the improvement of the product quality.

This innovation has been particularly important in Italy, a country that more than others bases its development in the sector on the product quality.

Action 4.c is thus strategical for OP Latium, which aims to positively impact all the factors that influence the quality in the transformation phase.

To this end specialized technical assistance focused on solving the transformation related issues will be provided, also will be introducing innovative equipment for collective use of the shareholders of the different production areas.


Field 5 - Traceability

Action - 5.a) Supply chain traceability.



OP Latium participates to the national supply chain traceability program of UNAPROL: a tool to protect and promote the extra virgin oil made in Italy.

UNAPROL – Italian Olive Consortium is the main Italian olive producers organization with over 500 thousand companies. On behalf of the adherent entrepreneurs, UNAPROL started different national programs to safeguard and enhance olive oils made in Italy, with particular attention to the segments of the certified extra virgin oil in compliance UNI EN ISO 22005/08 (supply chain traceability) and Traced UNI EN ISO 22005/08 + policy "100% High Italian Quality" which require more stringent product and system requirements compared to the binding regulation.

On this last topic it is an ongoing 3-year supply chain traceability program on the reg. 867/08 that covers 532 supply chains and over 6000 farms. The traceability is assuming a fundamental role on the market to differentiate extra virgin oils, guarantee to the consumer the product origin, pursue greater transparency and control of the market; also in light of the new regulation on the mandatory indication of the olive origin on the product label.

The traceability program promoted by Unaprol has the goal to assure the top quality and safety, along all the supply chains, from the harvesting to the transformation/packaging phase. The cultivation, harvesting, pressing, storing and packaging processes are all certified by a third party authority in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005:08 and the "100% High Italian Quality” policy. Supply chain traceability, assures to the consumer some key elements: the origin of the product and thus the high quality standard, food safety and transparency on the supply chain actors.

In particular, transparency is guaranteed through the traceability web/sms system provided by Unaprol to the consumers. Thanks to the SMS service the consumer can enter on his mobile device the batch number indicated on the product label and get to know the olive variety, processing location, organoleptic and sensorial olive oil characteristics and the suggested parings. Furthermore the service is multi-lingual in order to allow foreign consumers to understand the characteristics and origin of the product.

Unaprol pursued the logic of having the consumer as central element of its enhancement strategy of traced oil productions, beyond maintaining and updating the SMS system Unaprol implemented new information systems to ease the information flow.

The innovative labeling system implemented allows to label the olive oil bottles with an electronic ID card able to provide complete information on the product to consumers, distributors and restaurateurs.

The implemented system is based on QR-CODE technology that nowadays is widespread in many sectors and most likely will have a further expansion in the next years.

The QR CODE allows the consumer to access to the information simply by scanning the QR CODE with the camera of the mobile device provided with a QR CODE app, in real time will be displayed analytic reports, pairings or videos of the producer and its area of origin.

The information provided is vetted by a supply chain traceability system certified by UNI EN ISO 22005/08 regulation and in compliance with the "100% High Italian Quality” policy. In this way Unaprol aims to certify the product not only based on its area of origin but also by verifying its analytical and sensorial characteristics to guarantee that the olive oil is really Italian and of superior quality.

Under transparency considerations, Unaprol is not settling with a system validation provided by a third party but has also fielded own resources to create analytical methodologies able to tie olive oils and areas of origin. At this scope, in partnership with the University and research world, studies based on stable NMR isotopes and conventional methodologies has been launched, the first results look promising, the aim is to create a strategic tool to support the conventional traceability systems.

In conclusion the Unaprol traceability system is a strategic tool for olive producers not only from a management and communication point of view, but also because traceability has a key role in the main food standards and regulations required by the large-scale retail trade Global Gap, GSFS,ISO 22000:05,ISO 22005/08 IFS and product certifications.


OP Latium for School


How it is produced and how to recognize the high quality extra virgin olive oil.

OP Latium invites all the students of different age groups to get close to the king product of the Mediterranean Diet: the Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Our guest will be accompanied by expert personnel on a guided tour of a modern olive mill, where they will see the production process of the true Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil and discover the mechanisms and details that assure its quality.

The goal is to promote among young generations a proper and effective information on the productive, nutritional and sensorial aspects of the extra virgin olive oil and olive table.


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    Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola. The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina...

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    Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola. The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina...

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    Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola. The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina...

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    Sabina D.O.P. (or P.D.O. in English) is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olives varieties: Carboncella, Leccino, Raja, Frantoio, Olivastrone, Moraiolo, Olivago, Salviana and Rosciola. The olives used for the production of the extra virgin olive oil, with the Protected Denomination of Origin "Sabina" shall be produced in the Sabina...

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