Before packaging extra virgin olive oil, the oil is filtered to remove any impurities and moisture that it may have (it can also can be packaged without filtering, called "raw oil" or "unfiltered oil" , which will lead eventually to form small wells in the bottom of the container).
In the packing stage, the extra virgin olive oil is filled and labeled and ready for marketing.
To be ready for use, not just any oil packaging material can be used. The most commonly used are PET (plastic), glass, tin and cardboard coated. However, we recommend the use of opaque containers that block light to avoid disturbing the excellence that hides the oil inside.