Featured Accidental Olive Farmers John Dunn left a high-pressure sales job to run a business with an old friend renting villas on Crete. Life changed again when they unwittingly struck oil among the olive groves. Israel Hosts TerraOlivo Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition TerraOlivo attracted 189 entrants from 14 countries, giving many Israeli producers their first opportunity to be judged against top olive oils brands from around the world. The Australian EVOO Show System Most of Australia's extra virgin olive oil shows follow similar protocols, explains Richard Gawel. Q&A with Piero Gonnelli, Frantoio Santa Tea "One kind of fish has a different flavor from another. It's the same with olives; every product has certain characteristics that are reflected in the flavor." Piero Gonnelli Preserving Olive Oil Culture in Adatepe "We thought of this world’s deep-rooted traditions, rich culture and bright future and that’s how we got into the olive oil business." Mustafa Çakilcioglu, Adatepe Olive Oil For Family Making Olive Oil for 425 Years, Practice Makes Perfect In 1585, 21 year-old William Shakespeare became a proud father of twins. Later that year, the Gonnellis bought a mill from local monks and started making olive oil. They're still at it. Investing in the Future of Olive Oil in Argentina “I have joined the many dreamers from diverse geographical locations who believe in the potential for agribusiness in Argentina and in our ability to achieve it.” Luis Feld Snapshot of Olive Oil Choices in One American Neighborhood I thought I'd head down to my local Stop & Shop, behold the selection and confirm that the monounsaturated revolution had reached Boston. Interview with VN Dalmia, Indian Olive Association With the national health situation in a state of emergency, the president of India's olive association prepares for the "trickle down" of olive oil usage from the market's high end. Rediscovering the Origins of Olive Oil in Turkey Recent research reinforces Anatolia’s prominence in the history of olive oil, while consumption in Turkey remains well below that of its Mediterranean neighbors. SEVITEL: Unveiling Greek Olive Oil Abroad We analyzed the past and know what needs to be done for the future. There is no room for more debate.” Gregory Antoniadis, President of SEVITEL Crete On The Half Shell Byron Ayanoglu found that olive picking on Crete, while hard work, has elements of fun and celebration. © 2014 Olive Oil Times. All Rights Reserved.