Olive Oil World
Researchers Trace Mediterranean Diet’s Origin to Ancient Greek Medicine
The Mediterranean diet may have been conceived by early doctors as a form of medicinal treatment.
In Land of Milk and Honey, Distaste for Bitter and Pungent EVOO
Consumers at a trade fair in Zurich disliked the bitter and pungent taste of high quality EVOOs.
Olive Oil Conditions Hair Better
Olive oil causes less capillary adhesion when used in hair, conditioning without causing hair breakage.
Young Artist Pounds Olives to Paint Pictures
Olives are used as a paintbrush by Areej Lawen, a young Palestinian artist from Nazareth, to paint her art works over a piece of cloth.
Production Unit Opens in Kilis, Turkey
An organic olive oil production unit will offer employment possibilities to the recently settled Syrian refugees.
Researchers Studying System for Controlled Olive Oil Distribution
A University of Florence team will analyze the effect of controlled conditions on olive oil chemistry and quality.
Seggiano Suspends Olive Tree in City Wall
In Seggiano (Tuscany) you can visit a Museum where an olive tree producing the local olive oil (Olivastra saggianese variety) was installed
Pottery Find Proves Olive Oil Used in Israel 8,000 Years Ago
New evidence suggests olive oil was used in Israel and possibly the Mediterranean basin as early as 8,000 years ago.
The Top Olive Oil Stories of 2014
This year's picks for the top stories by the editors of Olive Oil Times.
Submerged Village Might Be Home to the First Olive Mills
Archaeologists are excavating a 7,500-year-old underwater village that may have been the oldest olive oil production center in the world.
Planeta’s Cooking Secrets
The Sicilian wine and oil producers have let go of their closely-held family recipes.
Rome Journal: Teaching Kids About Healthy Eating
The importance of healthy eating from a young age is seen as a necessity in Italian culture. Italy is one of the healthiest countries in the world and the key lies in the education of healthy eating at a young age.