Extra Virgin Olive Oil IGP Sicilia
Sicily's huge environmental and biodiversity heritage must be preserved and promoted through a Protected Designation of Origin.
Notes from Stockholm
Dietary education programs are needed in Sweden where misinformation prevents olive oil from gaining the proper recognition it deserves.
In Search of Mislabeled Olive Oil to Make a Buck
Reading the 2010 study that found most extra virgin olive oils mislabeled, a Washington man went out to find one to complain about.
Mediterranean Diet Gaining Among Nutritionists But Olive Oil Still on Sidelines
Despite the recognition of the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, olive oil continues to be overlooked in the dietetic community.
An Open-Air Workshop of Sustainability
Let’s start thinking of an olive grove as a place where it is possible to practice and experience outdoor environmental education.
Trade Commission Report Fails to Consider Latest E.U. Measures
As is often the case with government reports, one hand is paying no attention to what the other hand is doing.
U.S. Launches Coordinated Strikes on E.U. Olive Oil Strongholds from Washington and Sacramento
It might not have been the offensive many were expecting over the past few weeks, though it was carefully targeted.
Trade Commission Report a Good Read for New World Producers
A report released last week by the U.S. International Trade Commission made for a good weekend read, especially in California.
Experts Skeptical of Dalmia’s Pomace Oil ‘Discovery’
With one sample, the Indian Olive Association's asserted "the humble olive pomace oil contains generous quantities of antioxidants."
Olive Oil and Trade Talks
Whether any common ground will emerge in the two wings of U.S. trade policy is anyone’s guess, but it seems unlikely.