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This Year’s Harvest Not as Bad as the Last One, Council Wagers
Low Olive Oil Reserves Cast Shadow on Spain’s Increased Production
With an estimated 400,000-ton production increase over last year, limited reserves mean inventory will only increase by an estimated 80,000 tons.
Politicized Debate in Greece Over Proposed EU Increase in Tunisian Quotas
Greek unionists and politicians have belatedly begun to debate the European Commission (EC) proposal to increase duty-free imports of Tunisian olive oil into the EU.
Five Years Later, UC Davis Report Still Sends Shockwaves
‘Extra Virginity’ Author, Tom Mueller, On Olive Oil
The investigative author shares his thoughts on the events over the four years since the release of his controversial exposé with Olive Oil Times publisher, Curtis Cord.
Nikos Michelakis on Olive Oil Pricing, the Tunisian Quota, Education and Advocacy
New EU Funds for Research on Xylella Fastidiosa
Europe has set aside €7 million for research on the prevention, detection, and control of Xylella fastidiosa.
Another Case of Xf in France
The new infections have been identified as belonging to a sub-species called multiplex, which is not harmful to olive trees or grape vines.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
Taste Panel App Digitizes Sensory Analyses
A new app promises to increase the accuracy, security and sustainability of olive oil taste testing.
Olive Oil Prices Fall Despite a Supply Seen as Modest
With supplies already low amid forecasts of an average harvest, the market remains perplexed about falling prices.
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