This Subscription Service Is For the Food Lover in Your Life

Adopt an Italian olive tree and get artisanal oil delivered to your doorstep.

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Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and if you’ve run out of creative ideas and are beginning to panic, we’ve got you covered. We all love a good subscription service, and artisanal production company Nudo Adopt has the perfect one for food and travel lovers.

Set up ten years ago by Cathy Rogers and Jason Gibb, Nudo Adopt lets you “adopt” either an olive tree in Italy or a tea garden in India. Fueled by a love of simple, natural food and a respect for traditional farming methods, the company brings authentically fresh products to your doorstep.

 Everything You Need To Know About Nudo Adopt, Our New Favorite Subscription Service
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While Nudo works with a small group of tea gardens in Darjeeling, each offering unique tasting teas, the focus of the brand has long been on Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Marketed as “owning a small piece of Italy,” the olive oil subscription service offers customers the chance to protect the Italian countryside, support a local business, and get regular shipments of high-quality Italian olive oil.

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Subscriptions start at $69 per quarter. Each batch differs by the season—currently, the summer pack is a monovarietal oil while the fall pack is freshly pressed and unfiltered olio nuovo. When you place your order, you get a welcome certificate, a year’s adoption, and three 16.9 oz. tins of premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil per quarter. Within your first year, you’ll also get discounts on Nudo’s online products, which include a tea tasting sethoney, and balsamic vinegar.

Sound like the subscription box for you (or your mother)? Register for the service online and start planning your meals now: Nudo even has a recipe archive to get you started.

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Published on May 4, 2017

Published on May 04, 2017 - 6:15am EDT

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