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Bellucci Premium Expels Misconceptions About Olive Oil

BOHEMIA, N.Y., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Some vegetable and seed companies have said in the recent past that seed oils have less saturated fat than olive oil, suggesting that those types of oils are healthier than olive oil. Bellucci Premium, a producer of Tuscan olive oil, wants consumers to know that their claims are not valid.

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These companies go on to say that olive oil has double the amount of saturated fat, and although true, that does not make olive oil less healthy. Olive oil is 75 percent monounsaturated fat, which is "good" fat, and a very small percentage of olive oil is polyunsaturated, which is "bad" fat. Because of this, although fat may be higher, it is good fat that is being ingested.

Susan Testa, Director of Sales and Marketing for high-quality olive oil producer Bellucci Premium, says, "We want consumers to know that there is a difference in the types of fats that exist, and just because there is fat in food it does not mean the fat is bad. Olive oil offers more 'good' fat than anything, which is why we push the benefits of olive oil every day."

Bellucci offers three different types of oil, including an organic option, with a mild peppery flavor and fruity undertones that will satisfy any palate. Bellucci Premium Toscano extra virgin olive oil uses olives that are grown on the beautiful landscapes of Tuscany, and maintained by 3rd and 4th generation farmers.  The third type of oil Bellucci produces is the finest 100% Italian extra virgin olive oil, grown in many different regions of Italy.

Media Contact: Scott Darrohn, Bellucci Premium, 855-347-4228, [email protected]

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