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Countdown to New York International Olive Oil Competition
The world's most important olive oil competition will kick off Tuesday before a sold-out audience at the International Culinary Center.
An ‘Olive Oil Week’ in New York
A program of events around the New York International Olive Oil Competition will span the city during “Olive Oil Week” next April.
New York Eschews Blue Glasses in Favor of Plastic Cups
A look at why the New York International Olive Oil Competition chose plastic cups for judging over the standard cobalt glasses.
Pouring on the Olive Oil for Thanksgiving
For Thanksgiving, olive oil is flowing in the creative minds and kitchens of chefs and home cooks alike. EVOO elevates holiday flavors without changing the beloved classics.
New Study Finds Some Foodservice Olive Oil ‘Not Fit for Consumption’
Many restaurant and foodservice “extra virgin” olive oils are so bad, a taste panel found them unfit for human consumption, according to a new report from the UC Davis Olive Center.
An Olive Oil ‘Battleground’
It’s no surprise that a California bank would jump in the ring over the proposed olive oil marketing order. What’s unsettling is how fast its press release got spun into headline news.
Olive Oil Importers Lobby Congress to Oppose Marketing Order
A new group called the Alliance for Quality Standards is urging lawmakers to oppose the adoption of an olive oil marketing order proposed by California producers.
Golden Bless, Part 3
Our business is only a year old and we have a long way to go to take over the world, but we are working on it.
Casa de Hualdo Wins Top Prize at Extrascape
The high-density Spanish farm was found to have the best olive oil and landscape combination at the first Extrascape competition. Azienda Marina Colonna was recognized with a special prize.
An Internet Lesson in Olive Oil Tasting
Fabrizio Vignolini trains Italy's olive oil experts. Now his venerable school in Imperia has opened its doors to a world that needs to know what's in those little tasting cups.
Pompeian First for USDA Quality Monitoring Program for Olive Oil
Pompeian olive oil is the first participant in the USDA's Quality Monitoring Program for olive oil which includes monthly audits and lab tests.
Non-Member Chemists Kept Out of Olive Council Meeting
Extra Virginity author Tom Mueller wrote in his blog that experts from non-member countries were kept away from this year's annual meeting.
American Olive Oil Producers Draft Federal Marketing Order
American olive oil producers are drafting a federal marketing order that would set higher quality standards, redefine grades and require new testing of all olive oil produced here.