Frantoio Muraglia was born in Andria, the capital of Apulian oil, five generations ago, but the protagonist is a majestic Coratina olive tree. Savino Muraglia senior bought it to make oil, defying those who told him that you can't make a fortune with land and olives. Who was really right, time will tell. Many things have remained exactly as they were originally. Starting with the oath to safeguard the biodiversity of the agricultural landscape and plants of strategic importance for food, such as olive trees.
Today Muraglia oil can be found in 54 countries around the world, from Neiman Marcus in the United States to El Corte Inglés in Spain and in the largest German, American and Russian emporiums.