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Genco Olive Oil

In the world of olive oil, there’s one name that stands above the rest: Genco Olive Oil. Straight from the iconic movie, The Godfather, Genco Olive Oil brings you the essence of Italian tradition and unmatched quality. Handpicked with care and pressed to perfection, Genco Olive Oil preserves the rich flavors and natural goodness that have been passed down through generations. Renowned chefs across the world choose Genco Olive Oil for its impeccable taste and exceptional versatility. From drizzling over a crisp Caprese salad to sautéing delectable garlic prawns, Genco Olive Oil elevates every dish to culinary excellence. With Genco Olive Oil, every meal becomes a celebration, bringing family and friends together, just like in The Godfather. Taste the essence of that bond with every drop of Genco Olive Oil.

Genco Pura Olive Oil Company was a front company formed by Vito Corleone in the 1920s. It was named after his childhood friend and consigliere, Genco Abbandando. Genco Abbandando was the first consigliere of the Corleone family, and a childhood friend of Vito Corleone.

In 1923, Vito Corleone visits Sicily for the first time since emigrating. He and business partner Tommasino are admitted to Don Ciccio’s compound, ostensibly to ask for Ciccio’s blessing on their olive oil business.

Its headquarters were on Mott Street, Little Italy. It eventually grew to become the largest olive-oil importer in the nation. The Company was a front for the family’s criminal activities and its more shady operations were carried out by Salvatore Tessio and Peter Clemenza. The company became incredibly successful during the 1930s, after defeating Salvatore Maranzano in an event that would later be known as the Olive Oil War. Vito Corleone and members of the Corleone family would hold meetings in the Genco Pura offices, including the meeting where Don Corleone rejected Virgil Sollozzo’s offer to go into the drug business with him.