After its recent gold medal award at the Berlin Global Olive Oil Awards (Berlin GOOA), Tunisian olive oil brand Triomphe Thuccabor distinguished itself during the Japan Olive Oil Prize (JOOP) by winning another gold medal.
Maher Ben Ismail olive grower of the Ben Ismail family Farm proudly announced the performance of their organic brand Robuste Triomphe saying “with great pride we announce the new award for our organic brand Robuste Triomphe”.
“This time the gold award in the organic category is at the international competition of the best olive oil in the world (JOOP) Japan 2021” he added.
The Japan Olive Oil Prize is an international contest that aims at promoting extra-virgin olive oils of all origin in Japan. It represents a unique opportunity for producers to increase their brand awareness in international markets. In particular, Japan is the Asian country where the demand for high-quality extra-virgin olive oil grows the most.
Participating oils are selected based on blind tasting procedures and in full accordance with the EU regulations.
Earlier this month, the 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.
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.