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Olive Oil Olive Oil

Upgrade Your Olive Oil and Discover the Antioxidant Boost and Rich Flavor of Paleovalley's

Polyphenol-Dense, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil!

Experience the freshness of organic olive oil pressed within hours of harvest and bursting with polyphenols.

Right now you can save up to 20% off Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil.






Discover Paleovalley's Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, a powerhouse of health benefits. Pressed just hours after harvest, it retains the health-supportive polyphenols at their peak. This ensures you get the full health advantages only fresh, cold-pressed olive oil can offer.4

Sourced from a single organic valley in rural Greece, this olive oil is fresh, pure and loaded with beneficial nutrients. Packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil naturally contains polyunsaturated fats which contribute to healthy brain and heart function and support the body's natural response to inflammation.1 2

Choose Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil and add this powerful superfood to your daily diet today.1

The Health Benefits of Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Polyphenols

Extra virgin olive oil has numerous nutritional health benefits. At the heart of these benefits lies a group of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. These compounds play a vital role in protecting the body from normal oxidative stress and other nutritional deficiencies.20

Polyphenols are naturally occurring compounds found in plants, and are particularly abundant in olives. These antioxidants have been the focus of extensive scientific research, which has shed light on their remarkable health benefits, such as:

The Problem With Most Store-Bought Olive Oils

Unfortunately, the polyphenol content in olive oil degrades over time. Most store-bought olive oils can be years old by the time they make it to the store shelf, meaning there may not be many polyphenols left in the product.10

Paleovalley ensures the highest quality product by offering fresh-pressed olive oil that has been tested and shown to contain high levels of polyphenols. The olives are hand-picked and cold-pressed within hours of harvesting to ensure peak polyphenol levels. This results in a much higher concentration of these beneficial compounds compared to standard olive oils.22 23



Paleovalley is a company co-founded by Autumn Smith, a Holistic Nutritionist, and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, along with her husband, Chas. Their main mission is to make the beneficial nutrients provided by nature easily accessible and convenient for everyone. They do this by avoiding synthetic and chemically processed health products that are currently dominating the market, and instead, harnessing the power of whole foods that the body can readily recognize and absorb.

The company's mission has become increasingly vital in today's world. After having their son, Maverick, Autumn and Chas gained a new perspective on the collective health of people and the planet. With 92% of Americans deficient in at least one nutrient, and the nutrient-density of our food supply decreasing due to soil destruction, it has become more challenging to obtain the necessary nutrients for optimal health.

Paleovalley's goal is to spread awareness about the power of nutrient-rich, whole foods and make them accessible to as many people as possible. They achieve this by supporting regenerative agriculture and organic farming, enabling them to create the highest-quality products and provide a healthier planet for future generations.

Why Paleovalley Olive Oil...

1. Maximum Health Benefits

Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil offers exceptional health benefits due to its abundant levels of polyphenols, which act as potent antioxidants. These antioxidants play a vital role in shielding the body from oxidative stress. Furthermore, the polyphenols found in olive oil support a healthy inflammation response and brain function. The polyphenol content of olive oil is influenced by factors such as the harvest date and the nutrient-denseness of the soil, which is why Paleovalley fresh presses the olives within hours of harvest.4 7 8 20

2. No Pesticides, Herbicides or Synthetic Chemicals

Paleovalley Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil comes from a certified organic valley in rural Greece, where the olives are grown using sustainable farming practices. No pesticides or chemicals are used during the cultivation process. This dedication to organic farming not only preserves the natural integrity of the olives but also ensures that the final product is free from harmful residues.19 20

Why Paleovalley Olive Oil...


3. Single-Sourced, Pure Olive Oil

Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil stands out from most commercial olive oils as it is single-sourced, meaning it is made from olives grown and harvested from one specific location. This consistently ensures a higher quality product with a distinct flavor profile unique to the region. Unlike many commercial olive oils, which can be a mix of various oils, Paleovalley Olive Oil provides traceability back to one specific valley in Greece. In contrast, commercial olive oils can be a blend of different oils (sometimes seed oils), many of which may be quite old, which means the nutrients may be degraded. By choosing Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil, you can enjoy the benefits of a single-origin, fresh, and superior-quality olive oil.

4. In Dark Glass Bottles For Freshness

Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil is packaged in dark glass bottles to maximize freshness and minimize nutrient loss. The dark glass provides protection against the deteriorating effects of light. Olive oil, unlike wine, does not improve with time, but rather reaches its peak of flavor and nutritional benefits immediately after it's pressed. Dark glass bottles help to maintain the integrity of the oil, preserving its polyphenol content and other beneficial compounds.23


Unlike mass-produced oils that sit on shelves for months, Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil is fresh-pressed within hours of harvest. This meticulous process captures the olives' natural polyphenols at their highest potency, ensuring that every drop is brimming with nutrients and flavor. These polyphenols, powerful antioxidants, have been linked to a range of health supporting benefits.23 And with this oil, you're getting the full spectrum of these remarkable nutrients.1 4 12

Many store-bought olive oils are diluted or blended, compromising both taste and quality. In contrast, Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil remains pure and unadulterated, sourced from a single, organic valley in Greece. This single-sourcing approach guarantees a higher quality product with a distinct flavor profile unique to the region, setting a new standard in every health-conscious kitchen.22

To further ensure the freshness and nutrient content of Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil, it is packaged in dark glass bottles. The dark glass shields the oil from harmful UV rays, ensuring that the polyphenols and other valuable nutrients remain intact, allowing you to experience the optimal freshness, benefits and flavor with every use.23

With Paleovalley Polyphenol-Dense, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, you can elevate your culinary experience and get all the wellness-supporting benefits that true olive oil has to offer.1 4 12 Discover the unparalleled taste and health benefits that Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil offers.

  • ​Extra virgin, first pressed
  • ​Certified organic - no pesticides or chemicals used
  • ​Cold-pressed
  • ​N​atural source of polyphenols and antioxidants
  • ​Fresh pressed within hours of harvest
  • ​From a sustainable olive grove in Greece​

Experience Paleovalley Polyphenol-Dense, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil for yourself and receive the health-supporting benefits not found in other commercial oils. Choose your quantity and get up to 20%. And remember, any order of $75 or more today comes with free shipping.

Money Back


What if this product isn't for me? We don't want you to order anything that you aren't 100% happy with.

Therefore, we have a 60 Day 100% money-back guarantee so if you aren't thrilled with your order just let us know and we'll refund you without any questions asked.

We are proud to have incredibly loyal customers who love our products and we're confident you will too. No matter what you are covered by our 100% money back guarantee if you aren't completely satisfied with any of our products.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many bottles should I order?

Each bottle is filled with 250ml (8.5 oz) of our exceptional Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil. For those keen on maximizing value, we suggest considering our subscription or bulk purchase options. Whether you're a culinary connoisseur, have a family that values genuine flavors, or are among the many who savor it by the spoonful for its numerous polyphenols and health benefits, this olive oil is poised to be a cherished addition to your daily routine. Given its versatility—from drizzling over salads to enhancing dishes or even as a direct healthful intake—it's wise to ensure you're well-stocked. And here's a treat: any Paleovalley order of $75 or more today comes with free shipping and handling.

What are the ingredients?

Paleovalley Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil boasts a singular ingredient... olive oil! Furthermore, Paleovalley does not use any concealed processing agents or additives. What you receive is pure extra virgin olive oil containing polyphenols, polyunsaturated fats, antioxidants and nothing else.

Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, on orders of $75 or more, you will receive 100% FREE shipping and handling (US Only).

When will I receive my order?

Your order will be shipped within one business day. Most orders take 2-3 days on average to arrive once shipped.

Does it need to be refrigerated?

No, Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil does not need to be refrigerated. However, it's best to store it in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight to preserve its freshness and flavor. Once opened, it's advisable to use it within a few months for optimal taste and quality.

Is Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil blended with other oils or cheaper olive oils?

No, Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil is not blended. While other oils are often blended with lower grade oils, we pride ourselves on offering a pure and fresh product. All of our oils are single-sourced and pressed within hours of harvest, ensuring unparalleled nutrient content and quality. With Paleovalley, you receive 100% extra virgin olive oil, without any dilution or compromise.

What does it taste like?

Paleovalley Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a slightly peppery and pleasantly bitter taste due to its high polyphenol content. This taste profile is markedly different from industrial oils, which often lack this depth and nuance. It's great for drizzling, dressing, and even light sautéing, giving a distinct flavor to any dish.

I need some inspiration on the best ways to use this olive oil...

Certainly! Here's a list of ways you can use Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil:

1. Salad Dressings:Its rich and full-bodied flavor makes it a perfect base for vinaigrettes and other dressings.

2. Drizzling:Enhance the taste of vegetables, pastas, or bread by drizzling olive oil on top.

3. Sautéing:Ideal for medium to low heat cooking, use it to sauté vegetables, meats, or seafood to impart a delicate flavor.

4. Marinating:Mix it with herbs and spices to create a flavorful marinade for meats and vegetables.

5. Baking:Replace other fats with this olive oil in certain recipes for a moist and rich outcome.

6. Dips:Blend it with herbs, spices, and other ingredients to make delicious dips.

7. Toppings:Drizzle over soups, stews, or grilled items for an added layer of flavor.

8. Health Shot:Many users take a shot of Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil daily, valuing it for its health benefits.

9. Homemade Mayonnaise:Use it as a base for making a healthier, homemade mayo.

10. Cold Dishes:Incorporate it into cold pasta salads, bean salads, or veggie bowls to add richness and depth.

Remember, due to its high polyphenol content, it's best to use Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil at medium to low heat to preserve its health benefits and flavor profile.

What makes Paleovalley Extra Virgin Olive Oil better than other similar products?

Navigating the realm of olive oils, you'll encounter a myriad of choices, but Paleovalley Polyphenol-Dense, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil distinguishes itself with several noteworthy attributes.

Truly Fresh-Pressed and Polyphenol-Dense: While many brands promote their olive oil as "extra virgin," very few ensure their olives are pressed within hours of harvest like Paleovalley olive oil. This timely pressing is crucial in preserving the beneficial polyphenols, leading to an oil that's not only richer in flavor but also packed with nutrition.

Sourced from Ancient, Organic Groves: Our olive oil is derived from trees that are hundreds and sometimes thousands of years old. These ancient trees, deeply rooted in nutrient-rich soils, produce olives of unparalleled quality, which in turn yield an oil that's a cut above the rest.

Unwavering in Purity: At Paleovalley, we believe in the sanctity of nature. Our olive oil is untouched by additives or blending with inferior oils, ensuring that what you get is 100% pure extra virgin olive oil.

No Shortcuts Taken: While other oils may be diluted with inferior oils, we stand firm in our dedication to a pure oil. Our olive oil isn't just a culinary delight; it's a reflection of our unwavering commitment to our customers. From tree to bottle, every stage is approached with meticulous care, guaranteeing a product that's authentic, nutrient-dense, and exquisite in taste.

What if I don't like the taste after trying it?

We don't want you to pay for anything that you aren't 100% happy with. Therefore, we offer a 60 Day 100% money-back guarantee. If you aren't thrilled with your order, just let us know, and we'll refund you - no questions asked.

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Return Policy:

Paleovalley wants you to be beyond satisfied with your experience with us so we have made returning or exchanging products easy. You can purchase with confidence because you are backed by our 60 day moneyback guarantee.

Simply return the empty and unused portion of your Paleovalley product order within 60 days of your billing date for a full refund of the product price.

How to get a refund or initiate an exchange:

Contact our support team at [email protected] for a Return Merchandise Number (RMA). Send your empty or unused product to our return address of: Paleovalley, 350 E Crowther Ave, Placentia, CA 92870. Your return must be received within 60 days from your billing. All charges are fully refundable (less shipping and handling fees) 60 days from the billing date.

Our ultimate goal is to provide the highest quality, nutrient-dense products AND an equally stellar customer experience.


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