Olive Oils from Spain are now at Miami International Airport
As the Miami food scene expands, so does our love for new culinary experiences. To express just how much Miami loves their food culture, the Miami International Airport is now making your travel experience THAT MUCH tastier. Read below to see how 😉
Olive Oils from Spain, the promotional brand of the Spanish Olive Oil Interprofessional, in collaboration with the European Union, has joined with the Miami International Airport to launch a month-long olive oil pop up located inside their North Terminal! This means that everyone gets the chance to immerse themselves in rich and beautiful olive oil experiences even if you aren’t traveling to Spain! Whether seated in coach or first class, everyone is offered priority boarding on the Olive Oil World Tour as travelers can enjoy the best olive oils in the world in an itinerant oleo library.
The specialty lounge will come equipped with a relaxation area, kids space, express tastings of an abundance of unique olive oils and WiFi hotspots so that the public can travel virtually to the world of “liquid gold.” Travelers will be able to enjoy the lounge from 11AM-7PM begin
This will be the brand’s second airport pop-up lounge
For those who are unaware of the health benefits to olive oil, I have listed a few below. It is so important to incorporate olive oil into your daily diet! Not only will it add the perfect flavor to your dishes, it is also something that will keep you strong and healthy. Some of the many health benefits include:
- Olive oil has a large amount of antioxidants which help your body fight diseases
- Olive oil has anti-inflammatory properties
- Olive oil lowers blood pressure and improves the function of your blood vessels
- Olive oil is great in reducing joint pain and swelling
- Olive oil consumption may reduce risk of cancer
The campaign will continue to include olive oil-theme pop-ups in airports and transit centers in key markets in the US such as LA, Chicago, and San Francisco along with major cities in Europe, and Asia.