Frylite, Ireland’s leading vegetable oil supplier and waste cooking oil collector, marks 21 years in business with the launch of a brand new range of authentic, Italian olive oils. These oils, which are new to the Irish market, have been especially sourced from Cremonini oils, a brand that is now sold in 150 countries across the world.
Only available exclusively from Frylite, Cremonini’s range encompasses a cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, which has a fruity, clean, well balanced flavour and a delicious pomace olive oil which offers a smooth taste, aroma and colour.
Both oils are produced in a traditional manner using techniques that have been perfected over generations and are made using the finest olives which grow in the luscious valleys and hillsides that surround the oil press which is located in the town of Forli, near Bologna.
Jonathan McLaughlin, Frylite’s Group Marketing Manager, said: “We celebrate twenty one years in business this year and are perhaps best known for our unique vegetable oil supply and waste oil collection service that we provide to thousands of restaurants up and down the country.
“We’ve grown rapidly over recent years and wanted to use our expert knowledge of the oil market and harness our reputation for product quality to supply an olive oil to chefs that not only tastes great but was good to cook with as well.
“There is no doubt that the restaurant scene in Ireland has changed dramatically in recent years and we’re responding to these changes, and the changing needs of chefs by bringing forward new products and a range of olive oils which are authentic, flavoursome and healthy.
“Furthermore, as Ireland’s only edible oil specialist, we will continue to provide all of our customers with superior levels of service, product and market knowledge and expert advice on oil usage, storage and handling.”
Frylite, which services customers throughout Ireland from its base in Strabane, County Tyrone, unveiled its new range of olive oils in early May.