North America


Deoleo Recalls Bertolli and Carapeilli Olive Oils it Says May Have ‘Prematurely Spoiled’

Deoleo USA issued a recall of some of its Bertolli and Carapelli products distributed in the U.S. from January through May, 2015.

Floridians Look to a Future with Local Olive Oil

The Sunshine State's high humidity and heavy rains have long been seen as inhospitable to the olive, but it's too soon to know if recent efforts will bear fruit.

Pompeian and Dcoop Subsidiary Mercaoleo Announce Partnership

Baltimore's Pompeian Group and Mercaoleo, the Spanish subsidiary of the world’s top olive oil producer, have partnered to address the growing US market.

California’s Bumper Crop Might Not Yield the Oil Some Predicted

Producers caution it's too soon to say if the jump in fruit tonnage will yield the 4 million gallons predicted earlier.
Special Report

California Farmers Remain Unfamiliar with New Olive Oil Commission

The Olive Oil Commission of California is reaching out about its role and the new regulations affecting the state's producers.

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.
Olive Oil Times Special

Gregg Kelley’s Long View: ‘Quality Drives Consumption’

From $2 million to $80 million, one store to 20,000, Gregg Kelley has led California Olive Ranch to become the largest American olive oil producer. And he's just getting started.

California Passes Olive Oil Labeling Law

The new law reverses previous legislation that allowed labels to say 'made in California' even if the bulk of the product originated elsewhere.