According to current regulations.
Very low levels of oxidation.
Designs and sizes can be customized.
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In Alfonso Soto Cerámica, we are aware of our privileged location in the cradle of olive oil and the more and more demanding needs of producers and consumers. That is why we got involved in the making of porcelain stoneware bottles for olive oil in 2012. Our bottles do not have filtration, so they help to a better conservation of the product, as light, air and smells cannot go through them. In recent times, more and more olive oil producers are exporting their oil to gourmet markets, and this is where the porcelain stoneware becomes the most convenient material and container of such a high-quality produce.
The porcelain stoneware obeys the current regulations on food and it shows one of the lowest levels of oxidation among existing containers, that is why it is one of the best materials for the storage and conservation of olive oil. We offer our customers the possibility of manufacturing their own models, choosing customized models and designs.
La Rambla is a village surrounded by olive trees in the so-called region “Campiña Sur Cordobesa” (Southern Countryside Region of Cordoba). The culture of the olive grove has kept rooted in our region since the Roman times, when the Baetica was the main region exporting olive oil. Two thousand years later, Spain is the main producer of olive oil in the world and only in the province of Cordoba there are five Protected Designations of Origin of olive oil.
Alfonso Soto Bolaños ha recibido una ayuda de la Junta de Andalucía, a través de la Consejería de Transformación Económica, Industria, Conocimiento y Universidades y Universidad y la Unión Europea con cargo al Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER) para proyectos audiovisuales y equipamiento informático, que tiene por objetivos mejorar las acciones de marketing y la gestión del taller artesano.