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Notes from Panisse: Early Harvest and ‘Fruite Noir’
New York olive oil merchant Steven Jenkins asks his friend in Provence about late harvest oils.
New Method for Identifying Olive Cultivars
The identification olive cultivars according to the appearance of leaves and fruit is expected to serve as the basis for a phone app and contributions to a new international olive tree database.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
Researchers Uncover Neuroprotective Effect of Picholine Olive Oils
Hydroxycinnamic acids, abundant in Picholine extra virgin olive oils, show neuroprotective effect against Alzheimer's B-amyloid peptide plaque deposits in the brain.
Farmer Produces EVOO from Rescued and Newly Discovered Olive Varieties
La Zadruga is a farm on the west bank of Lake Garda which produces high-quality EVOO from rare, rescued and newly discovered varieties.
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Greece’s Early Harvest Olive Oils
Early harvest oils, with their bitter taste, low acidity, and higher antioxidant content are worth paying a little extra for. If you can find them.
Marche Hosts 12th Exhibition of Italian Monovarietals
The exhibition enhances the value of Italian olive biodiversity and characterizes the oils obtained from the huge selection of Italian native cultivars.
Olive Oil Health Benefits
Linking Chemistry with Italian EVOO Origins
Chemical compounds in Italian olive oils depend on the olive variety and cultivation site, according to research promoted by Unaprol.
Basilicata, Wild Olive of Southern Italy
New opportunities are coming to get to know the olive oils of Basilicata, a wild land that inspired great artists.
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