4th Time Gold Medal at the NYOOC
Piro wins the gold medal for the 4th time in a row at the New York International Olive Oil competition.
The NYOOC (New York International Olive Oil Competition) is an annual event that aims to recognize and promote the highest quality olive oils from around the world. It is one of the largest and most prestigious olive oil competitions in the world and attracts entries from top olive oil producers globally.
The competition is judged by a panel of international experts who evaluate the olive oils based on their aroma, taste, and overall quality. The judges use a blind tasting process, which means that they do not know the brand, producer, or country of origin of the oils they are evaluating.
The NYOOC awards medals to the best olive oils in various categories, including extra virgin, flavored, and organic. In addition to the medals, the competition also awards special prizes to the best olive oils from specific regions, such as Italy, Spain, Greece, and California.
The NYOOC is organized by Olive Oil Times, an independent online publication that provides news and information about the olive oil industry. The competition has helped to raise awareness of the importance of high-quality olive oil and has helped to promote the work of small-scale artisanal olive oil producers who often struggle to compete in the global market.