Olive Oil World 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? Resurgence of a Centenary Tradition When the people of Moreda de Álava say they are going to organise a party, you can be sure they’ll keep their word. Researchers Find New Technique to Prevent Olive Oil Fraud A research team at the University of Córdoba is studying a new analytical technique to qualify extra virgin olive oil and prevent fraud. Ávila Tasting Room Showcases International Selection of Olive Oils The ancient olive mill, La Moraleda, of Santa Cruz del Valle in Andalucia, Spain, has opened an international tasting room in its Museum of Extra Virgin Olive Oil of Mediterranean countries. Hojiblanca Contest Winners Meet Singer, Taste Olive Oil Hojiblanca and its "brand ambassador" singer David Bisbal, organized a tasting of extra virgin olive oil for the winners of a competition held on the company's Facebook page. Urban Extra Virgin: Olive Oil from Rome In Rome, a group is promoting a different approach to urban life and citizenship, includiing olive picking from the abandoned trees within the city borders How Heat, Light and Oxygen Harm Olive Oil A three-year study by Australian scientists confirms that oxygen, light and heat are among extra virgin olive oil’s worst enemies, and serves as a reference for calculating shelf life. Canena Castle Hosts ‘Jaén Experience’ The first edition of "Jaen Experience" organized by the company Castillo de Canena Olive Juice was visited by over 1,000 people who enjoyed countless culinary delights. France University Offers Degree in Olive Oil Students in the University of Montpellier program can earn a Diplôme Universitaire (DU) d'Oléologie, or a university specialization diploma in olive oil. Michelle Obama Awarded a 1,400 Year-Old Olive Tree First Lady Michelle Obama will be awarded with a 1,400 year-old olive tree named "La Regina" in Salento for her commitment to a healthy lifestyle. Olive Tree Biomass a Promising Fossil Fuel Alternative Research carried out by the University of Jaén has highlighted the great promise of olive tree biomass in the generation of ethanol as a bio-fuel. © 2014 Olive Oil Times. All Rights Reserved.