Olive Oil World
Products Provide New Ways to Enjoy Olive Oil
Two products released this month provide a new twist on the old standby.
EU Leaders Urge Development of Organic Sector
The Eighth European Organic Congress met last week, focusing on the regulation needed to continue the burgeoning growth of the organic sector.
Texas Olive Oil Producers Beating the Odds
Despite acknowledged hurdles, Texan farmers have managed to produce some of the world's best olive oils.
Chinese Search Giant Unveils Chopsticks to Detect Olive Oil Quality
Baidu says its chopsticks can detect adulteration in olive oil and other foods.
U.K. Defines New Ban on ‘On-Tap’ Olive Oil Sales
The agency enforcing a new ban on the sale of “on-tap” olive oil in the UK has provided new details on what would constitute such a sale.
Rock Star Invites Tourists to Help With Olive Harvest
Sting invites tourists to his 900-acre estate and try their hand at harvesting the olives that produce the rock star's own line of extra virgin olive oil.
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.