Only Crete's finest Greek extra virgin olive oil is good enough for Yayia and her friends. Cold pressed to preserve its unique nutritional features and exceptional flavour.
In a convenient 500 ml bottle that you can keep on your kitchen counter or table for everyday use.
100% Greek extra virgin olive oil, cold-pressed.
Low acidity, pure & perfectly balanced.
In Yiayia’s world, natural is always better. Exceptional quality olive oil from Crete. No unwanted additives – just natural goodness.
Yiayia’s olive oil is perfect for salads and adds a finishing dash of flavour to cooked dishes.
And with this cute bottle, you’ll be happy to serve it directly on the table!
Shipping + Returns
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Free Std Shipping on Orders Over $150*
In order to keep your costs down and our pricing simple, delivery is FREE for ALL NASH + BANKS customers within Australia if you spend $150 or more on full-priced items in one transaction*.
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About The Brand
Yiayia and Friends is a gastronomic project bringing together the finest Greek produce with award-winning designs. Working closely with small farmers and artisans on the island of Crete, Yiayia’s colourful range includes cold-pressed extra virgin olive oils and organic vinegars, plus all-natural rusks and biscuits crafted from ancestral recipes.
Boldly adorning each product is Yiayia (granny) and her animal friends, conveying a message of coexistence between humankind and nature, agriculture, consumption and creation. Through these exceptional products, traditional notions of growing, cooking, and sharing food is remembered, reinterpreted, and redesigned for new generations.