Olive Oil World Eataly’s Olive Oil Master Nicholas Coleman never gave olive oil a second thought until a 2007 stay at Nadia Gasparini's Tuscan villa during the olive harvest. Now at Eataly it's pretty much all he thinks about. Did Someone Give You the Evil Eye? There’s One Way to Find Out You got a strange look just before everything started to go wrong. Better grab your olive oil and know for sure. Flynn Brings Olive Oil Education to D.C. Festival The UC Davis Olive Center attended the 46th Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington this month to talk with visitors about sustainability and olive oil quality. Argentina to IOC: Campesterol Level Must Change Argentina continued its push for a revision to the International Olive Council limit for campesterol in olive oil at the IOC Council of Members meeting in Buenos Aires. New University Courses in Portugal Focus on Olive Oil Quality, Sustainability Three universities and the International Olive Council are collaborating in a series of courses to be held this summer in Portugal. The Volcanic Olive Oils of Campo de Calatrava In Spain's Campo de Calatrava region, not even the passage of time, which has gradually disguised most of the signs and symptoms, has succeeded in erasing clues of a troubled history. Todd English to Promote Chilean Olive Oil The Chilean association Chile Oliva has formed a partnership with James Beard award-winning chef Todd English to promote Chilean oils around America. The Beauty of Olive Trees We can all appreciate the beauties of nature, but it takes an enlightened soul – like artists' ones always are – to capture all the strenght and the poetry that lies in a ladybird, or in an olive tree. The Importance of a Good Cap In Italy, producers, chefs and restaurateurs are choosing anti-fraud bottle caps to guarantee and preserve extra virgin olive oil quality. Epic Olive Trees The olive tree is perhaps the perfect tree - hardy, beautiful and useful. It is due to these traits that some of the world’s oldest living things are olive trees, with specimens today still thriving after millennia. High Olive Pollen Hits Allergy Sufferers in Jaén Jaén, Spain is home to over 65 million olive trees which are currently in flower, resulting in serious consequences for those with allergies in the province. Olive Oil Decoy Have olive oils become a major commercial decoy for the food industry? © 2014 Olive Oil Times. All Rights Reserved.