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Olives Reach New Heights in Valtellina
One of the consequences of rising temperatures is that it's now possible to cultivate olive trees where it was previously unthinkable.
After the Olive Fruit Fly and Bacterial Blight, the Dreaded Starling
There is little relief in this "Black Year" for Italian olive oil with challenges seeming to come from every direction.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
California’s ‘Rainpocalypse’ Good News for State’s Olive Oil Producers
From one extreme to the other, California farmers are hoping a "biblical rain" will bring relief from this year's historic drought.
Tough Season in California
From Corning in the Sacramento Valley to Lindsay in the San Joaquin this year’s table olive crop is a serious disappointment,
Olive Oil Times Special
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Ruinous Floods in Liguria Add to Poor Outlook for Italian Production
Damaging floods in Liguria are adding to a rough year for Italian olive oil farmers, resulting in a drop in production and rising prices.
Finding Where One Umbrian Producer Leaves the Biggest Footprint
Storing olive oil frozen and air freight had the largest environmental impact of one producer in Umbria, in a recent case study.
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Blight Continues to Threaten Olive Crops in Italy
Widespread bacterial infection has already destroyed thousands of olive trees across Italy’s Puglia region.
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