Olive Oil World
Executive Arrested in Taiwan Cooking Oil Scandal
Investigators say a Taiwan company blended pork lard and kitchen waste in its cooking oils sold to schools and, most likely, export markets.
Students Design Device to Detect Indicators of Rancidity
A simple device developed by students at UC Davis can help monitor the quality of olive oil along the supply chain.
Not Such a Mediterranean Diet for College Students in Spain
A recent study finds that most Spanish university students opt for a diet that is high in meat and dairy but low in fruits and vegetables.
Retailer Gets His Day in ‘Shark Tank’
A Midwestern olive oil specialty retailer will pitch his business on the popular American television show tonight at 9:00 PM (EST).
Cooking Congress Prompts Chefs to Explore Ancient Mediterranean Cuisine
The first Mediterranean Cooking Congress offered chefs from eight Mediterranean nations the opportunity to explore the roots of their cooking heritage.
California’s Olive Oil Time Warp
Thanks to their new self-imposed regulations, California olive oil producers are already partying like it's 2015.
EU Rejects UK’s ‘Traffic Light’ Nutritional Labeling
Europe has rejected the U.K.'s food labeling system, which it says unfairly discriminates against healthful foods like olive oil.
Olive Oil Byproducts Used to Improve Properties of Foods
Research reveals new uses for olive oil production byproducts that can improve the quality of other foods down the line.
‘WE Expo’ Project Seeks to Build New Alliances
An Expo 2015 project seeks to bring together women and nourishing foods from around the globe.
Moroccan City Bans Olive Trees Citing Allergy Concerns
Oujda, a city of half million people in the world's second largest table olive producing country, announced a citywide ban on olive trees.
Top Olive Oil Producers Signing Up for Third NYIOOC
Registration is open and producers from every region are entering their brands in the 2015 New York International Olive Oil Competition.