Argan oil is to Morocco what olive oil is to Italy—or close anyway. Like any nut oil, it’s the stuff extracted from the nuts that grow on argan trees. In a tiny region of southwestern Morocco, Berber women have produced it there for hundreds of years by hand for the entire country. The argan forest, which grows in a triangular patch between three cities, is so rare and unique to the region that UNESCO has designated it a Bioshere Reserve, and Slow Food has included argan oil within its Ark of Taste.
We now stock Argan oil 12/500ml or 1/500ml.