Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Au Olive Oil

Updated on June 21st, 2009  |  
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Designed by WESEMUA | Country: Spain

“Extra Virgin Olive Oil made from a pure variety of olives, produced in the famous region of Jaen, Spain. Traditionally Olive Oil is known as liquid gold, Au (lat. Aurum) is the symbol for the element Gold in the periodic table. Every tin of Au Olive Oil symbolizes a golden brick containing a pure variety of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a resemblance to gold in the brightness, the reflection of the oil in the light. Olive Oil is getting more precious everyday. Instead of creating a false coat of arms, we created a stamp using the 79, the Golds atomic number as the main signature for the rest of the range of oils, to give it more value and as sign of pureness.”

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au

au

Designed by WESEMUA | Country: Spain

“Extra Virgin Olive Oil made from a pure variety of olives, produced in the famous region of Jaen, Spain. Traditionally Olive Oil is known as liquid gold, Au (lat. Aurum) is the symbol for the element Gold in the periodic table. Every tin of Au Olive Oil symbolizes a golden brick containing a pure variety of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a resemblance to gold in the brightness, the reflection of the oil in the light. Olive Oil is getting more precious everyday. Instead of creating a false coat of arms, we created a stamp using the 79, the Golds atomic number as the main signature for the rest of the range of oils, to give it more value and as sign of pureness.”

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