Olive Oil World
Olive Oil Fridge Test? Don’t Count On It.
Dr. Oz urged his 3 million viewers to test EVOO by chilling it, but experts say the “fridge test” for olive oil is a long-standing myth.
Origins of Domesticated Olive Tree Revealed
A new study pinpoints the transition from the wild olive trees to their cultivated descendants in time and space.
7th ‘Olio Capitale’ Coming to Trieste
The only Italian expo completely dedicated to promotion of extra virgin olive oils will take place in Trieste March 1-4.
Olive Stones ‘Ideal’ for Noise Barriers
Scientists in Valencia have developed a new use for leftover olive stones - in sound barriers to reduce rail and road noise.
What Is Your Olive Oil IQ?
How much do you know about olive oil? Take this short quiz and find out if you're a novice, or a true olive oil genius.
Harvest at a Tuscan Oliveto
My father has been traveling to Italy to spend a week picking Olives in the Tuscan hilltops at an Oliveto run by a childhood friend of his.
Nudo to Marks and Spencer: Find Your Own Tree
Olive oil maker Nudo says the British retailer Marks and Spencer stole his tree design. You decide.
An Interview with Juan Echanove
Committed to the cause, Juan has never faltered in his determination to spread the peculiarities of our raw materials.
Olive Extract Jeans Said to Moisturize Legs
Wrangler is generating buzz in Europe with women’s jeans infused with olive extract.
Olive Oil History: Packaging, Transportation and Sale
The main hub of oil production in ancient Baetica was centered in the Valle Medio del Guadalquivir where potter centres made the large and heavy oil amphorae to transport oil.
Of humble origins, like those of the people who have been farming it for centuries, the Manzanilla Cacereña olive is one of the most prized varietals among all those existing in Spain.
International Lineup for New York Olive Oil Seminars
Culinary professionals, food industry executives, aspiring chefs and journalists will learn more about olive oil than they thought possible.