Factory - Fábrica do Azeite


Organic olive oil from Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro is the main reference, at number 73 Rua Ferreira Borges, in downtown Porto, where Fábrica do Azeite opened its doors.

In the main window, you will find two olive trees that grow in a glass vase and hint at the experience that is to come, opening the doors to the great attraction and what is its greatest innovation, a compact wine press that allows its visitors and customers to see how olives are transformed into the so-called “green gold”. In total, the process takes around an hour, giving rise to a unique and enriching journey through the fascinating world of olive growing.

With exclusively organic and certified products, its main objective is to highlight olive oil, one of the most prominent crops in the region and which is fundamental to its economy, serving regional delicacies from Trás-os-Montes and Alto-Douro, such as cheeses, sausages, honey, dried fruits, jams, wines, among others.

“Acushla” olive oil is the star of our space, but here you will permanently find the purity of unique flavors, especially from Trás-os-Montes and Douro, but also from other areas of the country for sale and tasting.

In the center of the store, you will find a communal wooden table, which is ready to receive fourteen visitors, where they can taste the olive oil, accompanied by delicious organic bread or eat delicious delicacies, freshly prepared by our staff, offering each person who visits us, an experience of excellence, both in the quality of the products we serve and sell, and in the personalized service we provide.

At Fábrica do Azeite you will also find a line of clothing produced in a sustainable way, with 100% organic cotton, using natural techniques, such as reds produced using waste and/or food by-products such as onion skins or olive pomace, free from synthetic and/or chemical compounds, which makes “Barrio Santo” an emblem of comfortable leisure and active wear clothing.
Fábrica do Azeite also displays and sells regional accessories, closely linked to the olive cycle, such as a variety of black clay dishes from Bisalhães, bowls and serving boards made from olive wood, among others.

Our philosophy: “What is a waste for some is, for others like us, a raw material”, giving expression to another way of being, doing and thinking about the sustainability of the planet. We are essentially looking for partners who share the same values as us, who are concerned about the environment and sustainability.