Capital: Catanzaro | Calabria is in southern Italy, situated at the very bottom (or “toe”) of the Italian peninsula, separated from Sicily by the Strait of Messina. Mainly a mountainous region with three large national mountain ranges, Calabria contains startling natural beauty, spectacular towns, and some of the finest coastline in Italy.

The sea and mountains influence Calabria’s climate. The Mediterranean climate is typical of the coastal areas with considerable differences in temperature and rainfall between them, with an average low of 8 °C (46 °F) during the winter months and an average high of 30 °C (86 °F) during the summer months. Mountain areas have a typical mountainous climate with frequent snow during winter. Erratic behaviour of the Tyrrhenian Sea can bring heavy rainfall on the western slopes of the region, while hot air from Africa makes the east coast of Calabria dry and warm. The mountains that run along the region also influence the climate and temperature of the region. The east coast is much warmer and has wider temperature ranges than the west coast. The geography of the region causes more rain to fall along the west coast than that of the east coast, which occurs mainly during winter and autumn and less during the summer months.

Calabria Olive Oil | Ranges in colour from green to straw yellow and has a distinct fruity flavour and aroma with a slight tinge of bitterness. Calabria olive oil is ideal on fish and in fish sauces, but also substantial enough to match nicely with meat, game, and vegetables.

The production is of olive oil is 2 nd in Italy.

The company is able by the vast and able experience of Mr.Sradhanand Sital, a fourth generation NRI who has over a quarter century of experience in the oil industry. Mr.Sital is an internationally renowned figure and has worked with the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Netherlands and various other EU assignments.