Olive Oil World
Pompeian First for USDA Quality Monitoring Program for Olive Oil
Pompeian olive oil is the first participant in the USDA's Quality Monitoring Program for olive oil which includes monthly audits and lab tests.
142,000 Attend 19th Alimentaria Food and Drinks Exhibition
The international food and beverages fair closed its doors last friday with a 1.4 percent increase in the number of visitors and nearly 4,000 exhibiting companies.
‘Muron’ Olive Oil 1,700 Years in the Making
Muron is created every 7 years from over 40 sacred ingredients with virgin olive oil and by adding the old oil to the new - in an unbroken chain of over 1,700 years.
Spanish Researchers Develop Portable ‘Electronic Nose’
Spanish researchers have developed a cheap, portable ‘electronic nose’ they say has great promise for use in organoleptic testing and food quality control.
Do You Consider Yourself an Ecological Consumer?
The results of a study by the Spanish Government identifies the profile and habits of the organic consumers in Spain.
Culinary Event Provides User’s Manual for Cretan Olive Oil
Students from the University of Gastronomic Sciences of Slow Food, learned how olive oil is used in Cretan cuisine at the award-winning Biolea mill on the Astrikas estate in Kolymbari, Western Crete.
Chemists’ Meeting Was Members Only
It is not true that the IOC kept experts from non-IOC member countries out of the recent chemists’ meeting. The fact of the matter is that all observers were barred whether they were from IOC member or non-member countries.
Non-Member Chemists Kept Out of Olive Council Meeting
Extra Virginity author Tom Mueller wrote in his blog that experts from non-member countries were kept away from this year's annual meeting.
Council Experts Scrutinize Olive Oil Testing Methods
Experts who advise the International Olive Council on the chemical analysis of olive oil are meeting in its Madrid headquarters to discuss issues including the results of recent trials of testing methods.
American Olive Oil Producers Draft Federal Marketing Order
American olive oil producers are drafting a federal marketing order that would set higher quality standards, redefine grades and require new testing of all olive oil produced here.
An International Tasting Room in Ávila
The Exhibition will be part of the Museum of the Mediterranean Countries’ Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the town of Santa Cruz Valley (Spain).
Madrid Gourmet Show Pays Tribute to Extra Virgin
The 26th International Gourmet Show closed its doors yesterday at Feria de Madrid. The fair featured stunning activities centered on extra virgin olive oil.