Articles about Dacian Cioloş
Mouse in Olive Oil Cruet Spurs New Push For Ban
The discovery of a live mouse in an olive oil cruet in a Paris eatery has prompted new calls for the refillable containers to be banned from bar and restaurant tabletops.
In Jaén, ‘Conquering Palates’ to Get a Fair Price for Olive Oil
How important is olive oil to people in Jaén? Just ask the Spanish province's council president, Francisco Reyes Martínez.
Parliament Calls for More Consultation on Olive Oil Measures
"We could have helped," said Italian MEP Paolo De Castro, "but we were only able to learn about it from newspapers."
Cioloș On Europe’s Olive Oil Backflip
European Agriculture Commissioner Dacian Cioloș explains why he froze his plan to ban refillable olive oil bottles from restaurants.
Cioloş U-Turn Surprises Farmers’ Union
The union representing European farmers from 36 countries blamed the Commissioner’s u-turn on political pressure.
Refillable Olive Oil Bottle Ban Put On Ice
The European Commission has shelved its ban refillable bottles in restaurants in the face of “strong” consumer opposition.
Peru Must Lift Anti-Subsidy Duties on Italian and Spanish Olive Oil
A Peruvian tribunal has quashed anti-subsidy duties the country had been imposing on imports of Italian and Spanish olive oil.
Much Ado About Nothing
There have been no shortage of plans, but very little in the way of action to save the olive oil sector in Spain.
E.U. Committee Favors More Olive Oil Controls
New regulations designed to prevent and detect olive oil fraud appear likely to go ahead after votes in Brussels last week.
EU Action Plan for Olive Oil Inching Forward
More quality checks and tighter rules on labeling are among measures currently before by EU lawmakers.
Europe’s Olive Oil ‘Action Plan’ Still on Drawing Board
Final details of the European Commission’s olive oil action plan may not be available until the end of September, according to sources close to European Commissioner for Agriculture Dacian Cioloş.
Producer Prices Rally in Spain
The farmgate price for olive oil is finally on the up in world production leader Spain, which some are attributing to expectations that after three years of bumper harvests the next will be a lean one.
Cioloş Unveils Plan for Ailing Olive Oil Sector
A new grade of olive oil is among changes that could spring from an action plan for Europe’s ailing olive oil sector.