Oct. 31, 2023

Trade Group Launches Digital Campaign to Promote Olive Oil in Australia

The Australian Olive Oil Association has teamed up with leading social media influencers to encourage consumers to use more olive oil.

Jul. 12, 2023

Nutritionists Evaluate Merits of Olive Oil Shot TikTok Trend

Sipping on olive oil is trending on TikTok and Instagram, with social media users encouraging others to sip olive oil first thing in the morning.

May. 31, 2023

First-Time NYIOOC Winners Find New Opportunities

From increased media coverage to easier access to lucrative foreign markets, first-time winners at the World Olive Oil Competition reflect on the results of their hardwork and success.

Jan. 8, 2020

Olive Oil Times Turns 10, Gets New Look

Ten years and thousands of articles later, the mission has remained steadfast while the website's design has changed with the times.

Jul. 19, 2018

Deoleo Fights Back Against 'Fake News'

The world's largest olive oil company has gone on the offensive against click-bait headlines.

Jan. 24, 2018

ABC News Explores Effects of Climate Change on Italian Olive Oil Production

ABC news chief meteorologist Ginger Zee traveled with her crew through Italy to talk about climate change with producers and scientists during the 2016 harvest.

Oct. 27, 2014

Routine Meeting on Crete Turns Out to be No 'Big Deal'

A routine meeting on Crete last week has set off a flurry of reports of a major agreement that the meeting participants say never happened.

Jan. 29, 2014

New York Times Revises Olive Oil Fraud Infographic

The New York Times made revisions to an infographic on olive oil fraud that critics said was sensational and inaccurate in parts.

Dec. 9, 2013

New Look for 'Olive Oil Times'

Olive Oil Times unveiled a new design today for its flagship website -- the first overhaul to its look since 2010.

Feb. 19, 2012

Australian Tabloid Exposes Bad Olive Oil (And It's Australian)

It seemed like a segment from last summer that also starred the globetrotting Paul Miller and a healthy dose of sensationalist reporting. But there was one very surprising difference.

Jan. 19, 2012

More than Mere Tradition

The documentary series "Un país para comérselo" let a unique opportunity to promote the secrets of olive oil slip by and chose instead to return to the same old clichés as always.