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[No Frills] ($3.97) for 1 Litre Terra Delyssa Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil – 1L February 18-24, 2021 (Toronto Area)

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[No Frills] ($3.97) for 1 Litre Terra Delyssa Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil – 1L February 18-24, 2021 (Toronto Area)

(Save $7.00) The regular price is $10.97 Haven't seen this sale in a while hope this helps cheers!
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I'm not an olive expert, but this brand is delicious
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This weeks Flyer item
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Save $7
18- 24 feb
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Dang, looks like I'm making the drive out of my community lol.
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BenL9232 wrote: Dang, looks like I'm making the drive out of my community lol.
Or, if you have one nearby, price match at an RCSS, Extra Foods, or FreshCo.

This brand is carried everywhere.
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Might as well add 2-lb-bag of carrot/onion for $1 also on No Frills flyer this week
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This has been $3.88 at Food Basics before, probably a few months ago. This is my go-to cheap olive oil. Upvoted.

Tunisia produces a lot of olive oil. Most of it gets shipped in bulk to Europe. Some is mixed with local oil, bottled and resold as “Product of Italy/Spain/etc” Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
ref: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/mi ... story.html
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karlb wrote: This has been $3.88 at Food Basics before, probably a few months ago. This is my go-to cheap olive oil. Upvoted.

Tunisia produces a lot of olive oil. Most of it gets shipped in bulk to Europe. Some is mixed with local oil, bottled and resold as “Product of Italy/Spain/etc” Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
ref: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/mi ... story.html
It's also sold at Costco in 2-packs.

I forget the list price, but I recall it being around $14 / 2L, or as low as $10 / 2L on sale. Cheaper than regular price at other supermarkets, but more money than this.
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the one at costco is organic, hence the higher price
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WTF, I just bought a 2-pack of these at Costco for $14.99!
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Can anyone check the expiration date? I still have couple of bottles left on shelf but really tempting...
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Hopefully doesn't sell out. I hate my no frills. Sells out by time I get there Thurs evening
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karlb wrote: This has been $3.88 at Food Basics before, probably a few months ago. This is my go-to cheap olive oil. Upvoted.

Tunisia produces a lot of olive oil. Most of it gets shipped in bulk to Europe. Some is mixed with local oil, bottled and resold as “Product of Italy/Spain/etc” Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
ref: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/mi ... story.html
interesting! Did not know about this. Thanks for the info.
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akkasoglu wrote: That one is organic.
I'm not sure that "organic" is too important here as olive trees don't really need much in the way of fertilizer or pesticides, based on what I've read. But presumably the oils come from different orchards and it would be interesting to do a side by side taste test.

With olive oil I am more worried about those amended oils that we are always hearing about, i.e. where they mislabel and blend inferior oils.
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ranjeet2000 wrote: Hopefully doesn't sell out. I hate my no frills. Sells out by time I get there Thurs evening
Same here, their store is small so the stock is limited, also I wonder what premium we pay out west because it is always more expensive out here.
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Dealmaker1945 wrote: I'm not sure that "organic" is too important here as olive trees don't really need much in the way of fertilizer or pesticides, based on what I've read. But presumably the oils come from different orchards and it would be interesting to do a side by side taste test.

With olive oil I am more worried about those amended oils that we are always hearing about, i.e. where they mislabel and blend inferior oils.
In that case a you get what you pay for often comes into effect.
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Dealmaker1945 wrote: I'm not sure that "organic" is too important here as olive trees don't really need much in the way of fertilizer or pesticides, based on what I've read. But presumably the oils come from different orchards and it would be interesting to do a side by side taste test.

With olive oil I am more worried about those amended oils that we are always hearing about, i.e. where they mislabel and blend inferior oils.
Tunisian olive oil I would agree as most of the olive tree orchards there do not use any chemicals, if at all. This is why it was easy to get organic certification and why organic olive oil from Tunisia is cheap. Non organic in this case is probably "organic" just not certified.

Tunisian olive oil is excellent and not adulterated whereby there is no guarantee what you buy from Italy isn't. In fact I avoid Italian olive oil as most of it is fraudulent or blended with Spanish and Greek oil, especially the cheaper grocery store brands. Spanish and Greek single origin can be superb but you will need to go to a specialty grocery and pay the price.
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