Olive Pip Co. Premium BBQ Briquettes
Made from Greek Olive Pips
Olive Pip Co. Premium BBQ Briquettes are imported from the motherland of the olive.. Kalamata! Our product utilises one of nature’s resources without compromising the environment.
The waste olive pips are used as fuel to produce lime products and the new waste created is used to produce our Olive Pip Co. Premium BBQ Briquettes.
Our product has been available in Europe since 1992, introduced to North America in 2016 and now in 2019 it is available for purchase in Australia and New Zealand.
Benefits of Olive Pip Co. Premium BBQ Briquettes
- Free of chemicals
- No smoke
- Easy to light
- Made using 100% renewable recycled olive pips
- Emits 30% less carbon monoxide than wood charcoal
- Long burn times
- Easy to light
- 6366KCAL/KG High heat value
Applications for Olive Pip Co. Premium BBQ Briquettes
- Indirect low and slow BBQing
- Direct heat grilling
- Rotisserie cooking
Available in 3kg bags
Our suppliers in Greece have been acknowledged in Europe of multiple awards.
2009 -1st place European EMAS AWARDS 2009 in the category of small-organisations.
The theme of the award was: Supply Chain including green procurement.
2010 –1st Place National level at European EMAS AWARDS 2010 in the category of micro-organisations.
The theme of the award was: Resource efficiency.
2014 – 1st place European prize in European EMAS Awards 2014 in the category of micro-organisations.
The theme for the award was the environmental performance of organizations that have excelled in the section entitled “Effective eco-innovations supporting improvements in environmental performance“.
2018/19 – Runners-up in the European Business Awards for the Environment 2018-2019.
In the category “The Management Award for Micro and Small Companies”
This Product has been produced with methods friendly to the environment
World annual deforestation is estimated as 13.7million hectares a year, equal to the area of Greece. Only half of this area is compensated by new forests or forest growth. In addition to directly human-induced deforestation, the growing forests have also been affected by climate change increasing risks of storms, and diseases.