Tunisian olive oil brand Triomphe Thuccabor has won a gold medal at the Berlin Global Olive Oil Awards (Berlin GOOA).
It is a competition event that encapsulates multi-year collective knowledge and expertise of high-profile scientists, food tech pioneers, and key business players, setting the standards for a credible, transparent, and trustworthy global olive oil competition.
The Berlin GOOA Awards aims to become synonymous with the excellence and quality recognition competition in the olive oil industry, offering a prestigious European Olive Oil Award with Global Reach.
Every year, Triomph Thuccabor travels the world to participate in various international competitions for the best organic olive oil in the world.
Maher Ben Ismail, olive grower of the “Ben Ismail Farm” said via his post on Social media: “We have just received great news from Germany and we have to share it with you. Our commercial brand Triomphe Thuccabor has been awarded a gold medal at the Berlin Global Olive Oil Awards (Berlin GOOA) for the 2021 edition”.
He added, “We are proud to know that we are on the right track for quality and above all the health of our consumers and the protection of the environment that surrounds us. “
The same organic olive oil brand Triomphe Thuccabor of the Reserve Familiale Ben Ismail won for the third time in a row the Extra Gold medal at the xxv edition of the international prize BIOL 2020 of the Best Organic Olive Oil in the world.
Triomphe Thuccabor stands at the top 13 extra gold medals of the competition for ultra-premium oils from the early harvest before November which is a very selective competition.
The olive oil brand “Triomphe Thuccabor” is an organic product of the Ben Ismail farm in Toukaber, Beja, northwest of Tunisia, from the olive “Chetoui”, which is a purely Tunisian variety with multiple virtues.
“TriompheThuccabor ” means “Toukaber Triumphal Arch” located in the locality of “Toukaber” in Medjez El Bab. Thuccabor is the Roman name of Toukaber.