Conga Foods' olive oil brand Moro has updated its look for the first time in 26 years with new packaging designs and bottle shapes.

The company has also introduced new pop-up pourers for its extra virgin olive oil and vinegar ranges, and a new 250ml pack size for Moro Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, White Wine and Red Wine Vinegars.

The old packaging looked like this:


Moro brand manager Nicole Puhar said the new label (pictured top) also shows the Australian Olive Oil Association (AOOA) quality seal certification.

"Moro recently became the first olive oil brand to receive the AOOA quality seal logo," she said. 

The association recognises and promotes olive oils that measure up to the global industry standards of excellence.

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