Made with olives handpicked in the foothills of the Andes and cold-pressed within 24 hours of harvest, Interrupcion Fair Trade’s extra-virgin olive oil has a fruity flavor and smooth finish, and it’s perfect for everything from salads to sautés. But the appeal of this USDA-certified organic oil is deeper than its deliciousness: It’s sustainably produced and fairly traded, meaning it’s good for both you and the earth, and for the people and communities who produce it. Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Interrupcion works to create sustainable supply chains and honest partnerships with people at every step in the process, from harvest to production.
Available at fine-food markets, a 16.9-ounce bottle sells for about $11. Learn more at www.interrupcionfairtrade.com/.