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Gruppo Caro carefully selects raw materials, the freshness of the product, the customer care.

Gruppo Caro carefully selects raw materials, the freshness of the product, the customer care.
Gruppo Caro carefully selects raw materials, the freshness of the product, the customer care. These are the values that inspire us every day and guide us in our mission: bring attention to a unique product, such as "Nocellara Olives of Belice and the Gioconda olives". We are committed every day in a process that not only meets the national and international standards, but that allows us to enrich the kitchen of our customers with genuine products that recall the traditions of our land.

Processing steps

The olives are harvested by hand, with the method of picking. The harvest period begins in late September and continued in October.
The olives are harvested by hand, with the method of picking . The harvest period begins in late September and continued in October and November, when the land is full of men and women who, by the Sicilian tradition, animate the fields harvesting the precious fruit.
The olives are transported in plastic crates to warehouses where , after careful controls , begin to be processed .
The olives are washed in special washing tanks, in order to ensure a higher quality product.
In a first moment , the olives are selected on a conveyor belt and are removed the fruit unsuitable for processing; after, the olives suitable for the transformation are sent to the sorter for ' obtaining of homogeneous masses of product.
Depending on the type of processing, the olives are crushed , etched or left whole. Then they are placed in drums of about 140 kg and are added water or salt, which, depending on the type processing, will ensure the start of the "cooking" of the olives.
The stems , once filled , are stored in the establishment and , only later, after careful controls and adequate "cooking" of the fruit , we will proceed to the packaging of the product in buckets or bags. Part of the olives are, however, intended to be processed for the production of derivatives such as pâté .


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