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Aeonobio: The name of the company came from the Greek word αιωνόβιο, meaning age-long, perennial, centenarian as the olive trees in order to pay tribute to these magnificent goods of earth.

Aeonobio Products Single Member PC was founded by Dimitrios Arvanitis, a physician who met the olive trees, these gifts of nature, studied their history and learned the beneficial properties of their fruits during his long stay on Crete. Read more


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Follow the Mediterranean diet for better health.

Extra virgin olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and antioxidants, including phenolic compounds like hydroxytyrosol and oleuropein.

Health Benefits


Helps Cut Risk of Heart Attack

Mediterranean Diet Helps Cut Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke: Results of PREDIMED Study Presented. From ScienceDaily.com...


Protective effect on coronary artery disease

Exclusive olive oil consumption has a protective effect on coronary artery disease; overview of the THISEAS study.


Memory and thinking skills

Mediterranean diet may help counteract age-related declines in memory and thinking skills. From Harvard Health Blog. health.harvard.edu…


Linked to healthier arteries throughout the body

Mediterranean-style diet linked to healthier arteries throughout the body. From Harvard Health Blog...

Use extra virgin olive oil with delicate flavor and aroma to create unique culinary experiences. The flavor and aroma of olive oil mainly come from its volatile components like hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones and esters.

Enjoy extra virgin olive oil in easy to prepare dishes.



Traditional sauce served with meat (e.g. meatballs, souvlaki) or as a dip……….

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Cretan Dakos/Ntakos:
Cretan Dakos/Ntakos:

Traditional healthy salad from the island of Crete, easily prepared……….

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Horiatiki Greek salad:
Horiatiki Greek salad:

Delicious, healthy and prepared in less than 15 minutes, served in Greek villages……..

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