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Gregg Kelley’s Long View: ‘Quality Drives Consumption’
Conference Urges Olive Oil Merchants to Monitor their Supply Chain
A small New York conference offered retailers and distributors pointers on managing risk and improving profits in the olive oil business.
High Society: Chemists Recognize 9 Olive Oil Tasting Panels that Made the Grade
The American Oil Chemists' Society anointed 9 panels on its annual list of top tasters.
California Passes Olive Oil Labeling Law
Texas Olive Growers Stake Their Claim
The Longhorn state has a long way to go to overcome California as America’s top dog in the olive and olive oil trade, but Texan farmers are planning to get there one step at a time.
As California Grapples with Water Shortage, Olive Oil Producers See an ‘Up Year’
Despite a wrenching drought and a widening debate over California's water supply, forecasts for the 2015 olive harvest are surprisingly upbeat.
Five Years Later, UC Davis Report Still Sends Shockwaves
Olive Center Offers Two Courses for Olive Oil Sensory Evaluation
The UC Davis Olive Center is offering its 12th and 13th Sensory Evaluation of Olive Oil Certificate Courses starting June 15.
Two Out of Three California Olive Oils Fail New Homegrown Standards, Report Finds
A trade group released two reports raising questions about new California standards, which it says were hastily developed to avoid legal challenges.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
Drought Rages On in California
While golf courses and cemetery lawns go brown and cars get dirty, no cutbacks were imposed on the huge agriculture industry.
California Olive Oil Pioneer, Nan McEvoy
When anyone told Nan Tucker McEvoy that something would be tough, or that is simply could not be done, she had a knack for going out and proving them wrong.
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