720 Queen Street East, Toronto
BONNE JOURNÉE BAKERY
1576 Queen Street East, Toronto
ESSENCE OF LIFE ORGANICS
50 Kensington Avenue, Toronto
16 Jutland Road, Toronto
MEATING ON QUEEN
1160 Queen Street East, Toronto
93 Front Street East, Toronto
1996 Lawrence Avenue East, Scarborough
297 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto
EMPANADAS DEL SUR
639B The Queensway, Etobicoke
50 Jutland Road, Etobicoke
BLOSSOM PURE ORGANIC
100 The East Mall, #15, Etobicoke
MASSIMO'S FINE MEATS
3087 Winston Churchill Boulevard, Mississauga
5715 Coopers Avenue, Mississauga
BLOSSOM PURE ORGANIC
714 Lakeshore Road East #4A, Mississauga
TOWN AND COUNTRY MARKET
3355 Hurontario Street, Mississauga
48 Dundas Street West, Mississauga
MUDDY DUCK RESTAURANT
2200 Dundas Street East, Mississauga
EL TROPICAL LATIN MARKET
1272 Speers Road, Oakville
JUBILEE FRUIT MARKET
104 Allan Street, Oakville
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Hasdrubal™ Olive Oil is available at these Fine Stores. Or, for large quantity orders - simply fill out the form below, and a representative from Hasdrubal™ Olive Oil will contact you promptly.
"Thousands of years ago, long before they were called Tunisia, the sun-drenched shores of the Mediterranean were called Carthage. They dominated the Mediterranean basin, and the local Olive Oil already enjoyed a reputation for excellence among all other civilizations of the time. The quality and value of this same oil have stood the test of time and today are recognized by gourmets the world over. Introducing Hasdrubal. Named after the Great Carthagian warrior and younger brother of Hannibal, Hasdrubal represents excellence. The superior quality olive oil is the fruit of a perfect combination of factors. Indeed, not only is Tunisia blessed with unique soils ideal for growing some of the very ﬁnest olive varieties, intense sunshine and one of the most favorable climates in the world, but also and above all, a traditional know-how scrupulously handed down from generation to generation. Hasdrubal olive oil is all this… and more.
For Hasdrubal is not simply a brand. Rather, it is a select label which brings together four of Tunisia’s major olive oil producers, four great names: BARKA, HIKMA, BEN YEDDER and RUSPINA, a selection of soils and vintages rarely found under a single brand name. But it is also the intricate art of creating blends to perfectly match the varying culinary tastes and habits of consumers around the world. And of course, Hasdrubal also offers an organic olive oil which combines superior taste and environmental concerns. Hasdrubal olive oil is definitely deserving of the prestigious title: "Gold of Tunisia."
Hasdrubal™ and its related brands exhibit at major Food Shows around the world, including several segments of the largest Food Convention in the world, SIAL (Salon SIAL International, Paris) including Paris, Beijing, Montreal and Toronto. Hasdrubal recently launched its premium line of products in Canada at SIAL 2013 Toronto.
First held in 1964, SIAL Paris is the largest Food Convention in the world, boasting a visitorship of 136,000 attendees and a representation of food and agri-food companies from 200 countries. Most recently Hasdrubal™ exhibited in 2010.
Hasdrubal™ was present at SIAL Montreal 2012, the Canadian flagship of the global SIAL Convention.
The Hasdrubal™ line of premium Extra Virgin Olive Oils was launched at SIAL Toronto 2013, marking the official presence of Hadrubal™ in the Canadian market.
?Did you know? The name Hasdrubal™ is derived from the Carthaginian general Hasdrubal Barca, brother of Hannibal; forming the globally renowned Phoenician dynasty of Ancient Carthage.
Olive Oil, especially high quality Olive Oil like Hasdrubal, can present many health benefits. Below is some research of the benefits from consuming or applying Olive Oil. These benefits are mentioned purely for informational purposes only, we recommend following the advice of your healthcare provider. Benefits sourced from the Olive Oil Times.Good for the Heart
Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL), also known as the “bad cholesterol” transports and deposits cholesterol in the tissues and arteries, which can eventually cause plaque and block the artery. Monounsaturated fats can lower LDL thus protecting against atherosclerosis. Plus, this type of fat does not affect the levels of High Density Lipoproteins (HDL) known as the “good cholesterol,” which carries all cholesterol away from the arteries, and high levels of which are associated with a decreased risk of heart disease.
Several studies for different age groups, and with a large number of participants, have found that the consumption of olive oil is associated with a decrease in blood pressure.
The SUN (Seguimiento University of Navarra) study with over 6,000 participants found that olive oil intake reduced the incidence of hypertension in men, while another Spanish study published this month in the American Journal of Hypertension found that a diet containing polyphenol rich olive oil reduced blood pressure in young women with mild hypertension.
The olive tree is an evergreen tree in the Mediterranean region. The tree grows to 9 meters tall and takes 15 years to bear fruit. Olive oil has a heavy texture, and can vary in color from a pale golden yellow to dark green. The purest form is "extra virgin," and it is lightest in color. Olive oil has many antioxidant properties. Olive oil absorbs UV radiation and appears to assist in repairing cells and in preventing cell damage. Olive oil is soothing and healing to all skin types. 
Although olive oil is better known for its protection against heart disease and cancer, there is an emerging amount of research regarding the effect of olive oil on cognitive function and, specifically, on cognitive decline associated with aging.
Generally, the type of fat consumed can affect cognitive function. A recent study from from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, analyzed data from 6,000 women over the age of 65, a subset of the Women’s Health Study. They found that women who consumed the highest amount of monounsaturated fats, which can be found in olive oil, had better patterns of cognitive scores over time.
But it appears that olive oil specifically has a protective effect. Results from the Three City Study, an ongoing multicenter study of vascular risk factors for dementia using information from almost 7,000 participants, showed that individuals who had moderate to intensive use of olive oil had lower odds of cognitive deficit for verbal fluency and visual memory compared to individuals who had never used olive oil.
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