Jun. 12, 2019
With the historically poor harvest season behind them, Greek producers who managed a win in New York are setting their sights on brand building and achieving consistent quality.
Jun. 6, 2019
Winning in New York Opens Doors, Encourages Innovation Say Producers
Award winners from the 2019 World Olive Oil Competition shared their thoughts on what it means for their brands.
Jun. 3, 2019
A Golden Start to the Harvest in Chile
With the harvest in full swing, producers in Chile reported an overall slip in output, while their brands garnered international acclaim for quality.
May. 28, 2019
Croatian Brands Win Big in New York
Croatian olive oils came in fourth after Italy, Spain and the United States, a significant result for a small country with a modest production.
May. 22, 2019
Record Wins for Slovenian Producers in New York
Slovenian producers won three Golds and three Silvers to reach the highest number of awards for this small country at NYIOOC yet.
May. 20, 2019
Record Year for South Americans at NYIOOC
Brazil, Chile and Argentina all enjoyed unprecedented wins, smashing previous records for overall and Gold Awards received. Uruguay also managed to win one Best in Class.
May. 16, 2019
Greeks Discuss Effort and Dedication Behind NYIOOC Triumphs
May. 15, 2019
American Producers Enjoy Another Good Year at NYIOOC
May. 14, 2019
Record Number of Awards for Spanish Producers at NYIOOC
Italian Producers Triumph at NYIOOC 2019
May. 10, 2019
Best Olive Oils for 2019 Revealed
May. 9, 2019
Judging Concludes at World Olive Oil Competition
The results will be revealed tomorrow night, May 10, during a press conference that will draw 200 olive oil producers, retailers, distributors, food industry professionals and press.
May. 5, 2019
Judging Underway at World Olive Oil Competition
At 9 o’clock (EDT) the first samples were distributed to 18 judges whose determinations will lead to the unveiling of this year’s best extra virgin olive oils.
Apr. 22, 2019
NY Panel Welcomes Three New Members
Mirella Zanetic from Croatia, Mahdi Fendri from Tunisia and Sandro Marquez from Brazil will join the elite panel of experts for the world's most important olive oil competition.