Meet the 2020 Good Food Awards Oil Finalists & Winners

Meet the 2020 Good Food Awards Oil Finalists & Winners

These 15 producers from across the U.S. represent the best in delicious, sustainable nut, seed, flavored and extra virgin olive oils

San Francisco, CA (July 14, 2020) – The Good Food Foundation is proud to announce the 15 extraordinary oil producers that rose to the top as finalists and winners of the 2020 Good Food Awards Oils category. For the first time this year, the Oils Blind Tasting was separated from the other categories, Winners of which were announced in January, allowing olive oils to be tasted earlier in the year, when they showcase much better than in the fall. With a demonstrated commitment to environmental stewardship and growing their businesses in harmony with a better food system, these outstanding crafters represent the nation’s best in delicious, sustainable fare.

Among the Winners and Finalists are Séka Hills Estate Grown Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil from the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, grown and milled in the Capay Valley, Corky’s Nuts’ Walnut Oil, made from organic certified walnuts grown on the owner’s family farm, and first-time Good Food Award Winner Congaree and Penn’s Pecan Oil from Florida.

For those excited to throw their hat in the ring for next year’s Good Food Awards, Entry Period is now open. Food crafters in 17 categories are invited to enter by filling out a short online form at by July 31 ($78 entry fee). Samples for all categories except Oils will be requested in September, and 2021 Oils entrants will ship samples of their new harvest oil in the spring. Concurrently, the Virtual Mercantile, a socially distanced ‘un-trade show for tasty, authentic and responsible food,’ has been extended through the end of August due to popular demand. Upcoming tasting themes including The Brunch Pantry, Confections & Coffee, and the Cheese & Charcuterie Board. Food crafters and retailers interested in being part of either project can learn more and register at

Congratulations to the 2020 Good Food Awards Oils Winners and Finalists.


Bondolio, Sicilian Estate Blend, California

Calivirgin – Coldani Olive Ranch, Bountiful Basil Olive Oil, Hot Virgin Jalapeno Olive Oil & Lavish Lime Olive Oil, California

Congaree and Penn, Pecan Oil, Florida

CORKY’S NUTS, Cold Pressed Organic Walnut Oil, California

Enzo Olive Oil Company, Fresno Chili Crush Olive Oil, California

Fat Gold, Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil, California

Grumpy Goats Farm, Organic Italian Blend, California

Jackrabbit California Olive Oil, Relaxed Blend, California

La Tourangelle, Roasted Hazelnut Oil, California

Oliver Oil Co., Green Peanut Oil, Georgia

Séka Hills, Estate Grown Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil, California

Swayne Family Ranch, Tuscan Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil, California

Ulli’s Oil Mill, Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil, New York


Olivaia’s OLA, Block X Blend, California

Spanish Oaks Ranch, Picual & Italian Blend, California 

A list of Winners and Finalists in all categories can be found at

The Good Food Awards celebrate the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsible. Now in its tenth year, awards will be given to Winners in 17 categories: Beer, Charcuterie, Cheese, Chocolate, Cider, Coffee, Confections, Elixirs, Fish, Grains, Honey, Oils, Pantry, Pickles, Preserves, Snacks and Spirits. The Good Food Awards seal, found on winning products, assures consumers they have found something exceptionally delicious that also supports sustainability and social good.

The Good Food Awards is organized by the Good Food Foundation 501 (c) 3, formerly known as Seedling Projects, in collaboration with a broad community of food crafters, grocers, chefs, food writers, activists and passionate food lovers. The Good Food Foundation is also the organizing force behind the Good Food Guild, Good Food Mercantile and Good Food Merchants Collaborative.