Olive Oil World
The Murky Waters of Greek Agriculture and the Way Out
Decisive steps must be taken by the new farmers to overcome the tough situations created by the financial crisis.
An Olive Tree for Every Home in La Rioja, Argentina
La Rioja, Argentina has implemented a program to provide each family in the region with their own olive tree plant.
Texan Olive Oil Pioneers Ready for Next Phase
Texas has long been known for its crude oil. Black gold. Texas tea. But now another kind of oil is making serious headway.
Single Servings Win Innovation Awards
The expanding range of single servings of olive oil was evident at the SIAL international food fair in Paris.
Memorable Quotes from 2012
It was another year marked by New World challenges, and another chapter in the never-ending debate on olive oil quality and transparency.
Roman ‘Olive Villas’ Unearthed in Antequera
The recent discovery of Roman villas in Antequera, Spain confirmed the region's significance in terms of olive oil production.
Pakistan to Plant 4 Million Olive Trees
Pakistan has announced plans to plant four million olive saplings in the country’s northwest province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Community Programs Help Greeks in Tough Times
The financial crisis in Greece has led to some unfamiliar practices enabling citizens to acquire basic commodities.
Make Olive Oil, Not War
The olive tree and its precious oil have taken center stage in regions around the world that continue to experience inter-communal strife.
Making Chemistry Visible: Simple Demonstrations with Olive Oil
The olive provides a culinary landscape in which an appreciation of the unique chemical nature is a key to real understanding.
USITC Holds Hearing on Olive Oil Market Conditions
The USITC held a hearing as part of an investigation into the conditions of competition in the olive oil market.
Ancient Ruins in Amos, Turkey
A rental agreement etched in a stone tablet from the third century BC says that the tenant must plant an olive tree every year.