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Internet - Marketing
International Market Development

Bottled Tunisian Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Dear Sir;
Thanks well for your interest to our bottled Extra Virgin Olive Oil witch is originated from Tunisia.
We present Mr. Karim GHORBEL, owner and manager of “Audience Marketing”, witch is specialized cabinet in
«International Market Development»; our domain is « Bottled Tunisian Extra Virgin Olive Oil». Actually, we are the
marketing partner of the Bottling
ottling Extra Virgin Olive Oil manufacturer «SOCHO ZETEN» ZETEN brand owner. (It’s on:
Allow us please this historical overview, showing Tunisian olive oil origin and therefore Tunisian civilization … it’s
explains how Tunisian olive oil is glorious. For thousands of years, olive oil has been prominent in all great civilizations
that have prospered in Tunisia. Olive tree was cultivated by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans and Arabs, in a
tradition that has been passed down from father to son ever since.
ive cultivation in Tunisia dates back to the 8th century BC, even before the founding of Carthage by Queen Dido.
Phoenicians were the first introducing this crop to North Africa and especially to Tunisia.
In Carthaginian period, olive cultivation started to
to spread on account of several advantages granted to olive-growers.
Romans continued the expansion of olive-growing
up irrigation, olive oil extraction technique, as evidenced by
Excavations at Sufeitula (present-day
day Sbeitla) and Thysdrus (El Jem).
Contemporary history teaches that,
that during the last two decades, Tunisian Olive Oil was exported,
exported in bulk, around
world and especially to Italy and other European countries where it was been bottled and consumed or exported by
importer country. Also, It’ss remarkable that several international brands have chosen to create production branches in
Tunisia for packaging Tunisian olive oil and export
exporting under their private label, as is the case of Borges from Spain and of
Botticelli from Italy. This fact is well evidenced by IOOC statistics where you can see that Tunisia is ranked world fourth
largest producer and it’s the world second exporter; this is not due to chance, is due to the flawless and approved quality
of Tunisian olive oil.
Now, I have introducing for you Tunisian label for Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Packaging List and More details are on following table:
Cabinet «Audience Marketing»
Mr.Karim GHORBEL: International Market Development
Tel: +

Fax: +

M F: 000 P A 1019542/C – R C: A2501992007
Web Site:

Mobile: +


Internet - Marketing
International Market Development

Main Market



0.35 - 0.45%

Packaging Details


6 per carton

168 cartons per pallet

75 Cl


12 per carton

102 cartons per pallet

50 Cl


12 per carton

132 cartons per pallet

25 Cl


12 per carton

204 cartons per pallet

Pallets per 20FCT (40FCL)

10 (21)

Minimum Ordered Quantity

1 * 20FCL

Provided Document
Production Capacity

Origin Certificate ; Phytosanitary Certificate ; Analysis Sheets; Accounting Doc
1000 bottles / Hour

Product Photo

Chemlali (From Mahdia Fields 147510 Hectares; More than 5 million Olive Tree

Olive Variety & Origin



Greenery fruity flavor & sweet

Quotation Request Form:
Sample Request Form:
SOCHO ZETEN S.A. Prospectus:

Best Regards From Tunisia
Cabinet «Audience Marketing»
Mr.Karim GHORBEL: International Market Development
Tel: +

Fax: +

M F: 000 P A 1019542/C – R C: A2501992007
Web Site:

Mobile: +


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