Olive Tree’s Cool-Weather Offshoot
An Oregon conference exposed the growing culture of pioneers willing to think outside the box about where olive oil comes from and where it’s going.
Third NYIOOC Bigger than Ever
Despite the most challenging harvest in recent memory as many as 700 olive oils will compete for the coveted awards next month in New York.
Roundtable to Offer Practical, Peer-to-Peer Approach to Mediterranean Diet
Organizers of the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable say it's "the first event to bring the topic of the Mediterranean Diet to a really practical level."
Italy (Nearly) Sweeps Sol d’Oro Competition
Italy gained 14 medals out of 15 at the Sol d'Oro North Emisphere competition. The small Sicilian village of Buccheri won 3 out of 5 golds.
New York Conference to Offer Diverse Perspectives on the Culture of Olive Oil
The third NYIOOC Conference will look at the cultural context of olive oil today, before daring to predict where it will be in the years to come.
Olio Capitale Takes Aim at International Markets
Trieste will host the 9th Olio Capitale, Italy's exhibition dedicated to quality extra virgin olive oil.
Italian Know-How at Enoliexpo
The second Enoliexpo exhibition displayed innovation in the fields of olive oil and wine production.
Lucca Goes Extra Virgin
The beautiful town in Tuscany hosts the third edition of ExtraLucca, a cultural and culinary event dedicated to extra virgin olive oil.
Madrid Fusión Shines Light on Spanish Olive Oil
Madrid Fusión 2015 conducted three days of creative showcases and culinary demonstrations with liberal use of extra virgin olive oil.
Jaén Showcases Spain’s Best at Madrid Fusión
Xanty Elias of Restaurante Acanthúm took first prize in the XII International Award for Cooking With Extra Virgin Olive Oil in Madrid.
In Olive Oil’s Worst Year, Even More Expected to Compete for Title of ‘World’s Best’
Entries are pouring in at an even faster pace than last year, when a record 651 brands participated in the largest international olive oil competition.
California State Fair Gets USDA Funding to Host Olive Oil Competition
With $115,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a new competition will promote California olive oils and educate the public on quality standards.