Olive Oil World
Napa Olive Oil Merchant Recovering from Earthquake
Lucero Olive Oil will be open for Labor Day weekend despite damage to inventory caused by the Napa earthquake.
Olive Oil Estate Tours in Tuscany
Olive oil tasting tours rival wine tours with an exclusive chance to celebrate the Mediterranean landscape and culture at its finest.
How Packaging Influences Olive Oil Quality
A look at ten years of data reveals the retail packaging that best preserves the nutrients in olive oil.
UK Prohibits Sale of Olive Oil ‘On-Tap’
After December 13, 2014, "fill-your-own" olive oil sales will be banned in the UK, but there are few details of the new rule.
Researchers Recover Forgotten Olive Varieties in Spain
Researchers are working to characterize local olive specimens and recover rare olive varieties in Galicia.
Day of Olive Oil at Washington’s Smithsonian
An interactive program explored olive oil from its historical and cultural origins to its place in modern culinary applications.
Cereal for Breakfast? Pass the EVOO
Some high-profile culinary professionals have been topping their breakfast cereals with extra virgin olive oil.
New Strain of Plant Germ Killing Ancient Olive Trees in Italy
A new strain of lethal plant germ Xylella fastidiosa combined with fungi and an insect are blamed for the disease destroying century-old olive groves in Italy.
Rewarding Those Who Paint the Right Picture of Italian Olive Oil
The Umbria Region and Città dell'Olio have launched an award for journalists, writers, photographers and film-makers to promote Italian olive oil.
Oil, Art and Culture in Liguria
Italian illustrator Milo Manara designed this year’s poster for the Bistrot dell'Ulivo, an event in Badalucco, Liguria
Change is the Butter on Life’s Bread
Some may need some gentle coercion through the clever development of products to adopt heart-healthy EVOOs instead of Butter.
Olive Oil Needs A Pitchman
At the Fancy Food Show in New York, the International Olive Council wasted yet another opportunity to do something that mattered.