World Poised to Make Over 3M Tons of Olive Oil
The IOC has trimmed its estimate for world production this season to 3.05 million tons, while GEA Westfalia Separator forecasts a record 3.3 million tons.
Greek Olive Oil Producers Struggle in China
Greek olive oil producers and distributors are finding that their products have not been an easy sell in China.
U.S. Seeks to Erase Tariffs on Olive Oil
Among the goals listed in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is the elimination of tariffs on agricultural products.
NYIOOC Seminars to be Streamed Live
A live video feed of the two-day NYIOOC conference program will be available to subscribers.
Majorcan Table Olives Win European Protection
Aceituna de Mallorca, or Majorcan table olives, are now listed among Europe's protected agri-food products.
‘Worrisome’ Fall in World Olive Oil Trade
Olive oil imports are down in all the major world markets, a situation the International Olive Council (IOC) finds alarming.
Blended Oils ‘Bad for Transparency’
Critics say products offering a mix of olive oil and other vegetable oils risk undermining quality and transparency in the olive oil sector.
Greek Proposal to Mix Oils a ‘Cause for War’
Greeks are in an uproar over a proposal to blend their olive oils with cheaper ones in an effort to boost the country’s economy.
Spain Sets New Record for Olive Oil Exports
Spain continues to enjoy stronger foreign and domestic demand for its olive oil, with new figures showing both are at record levels.
Olive Oil Package Design Top of Mind During Greek Crisis
Greek bottling companies are performing at their best as olive oil producers seek to stand out from the crowd with innovative designs.
Gold Medal Massage
While olive oil is not yet commonly used in the massage and spa industry, there is a growing trend towards this health-giving alternative.
U.S. FDA Warns Company Over Olive Oil-Related Claims
A recent FDA warning letter is a sobering reminder for dietary supplement companies to be careful about their product claims.