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Rioja Alavesa’s Olive Oil Renaissance
Rioja Alavesa is famous for its wine production. A new book details the Basque sub-region's olive oil history as local groups work to revitalize the sector.
Millenary Olive Seeds Found in Important Archeological Site in Turkey
4,000-year-old olive seeds and utensils were been found in Oylum Höyük, an historical mound located in a fertile plain in Kilis province in Southeastern Turkey.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
Bona Furtuna: From a Journey of Hope to a Vision for Development
The amazing story of an extra virgin olive oil from Sicily.
3,500-Year-Old Olive Pits Provide Evidence of Early Cultivation in Dalmatia
The ancient pits provide evidence that olives have been cultivated in Croatia for more than 3,500 years.
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Olive Oil Note Rewrites History of Vesuvius Eruption
A scrawl that rewrote the history of the eruption of Vesuvius referred to an olive oil pantry.
Oldest Known Bottle of Olive Oil on Display in Naples Museum
The nearly 2,000-year-old bottle filled with solidified olive oil will be displayed at the National Archaeological Museum.
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‘Heroic’ Olive Cultivation in Italy Still a Struggle, but Fighting Back
Responsible for some of Italy's most characteristic olive oils and landscapes, moves are afoot to promote awareness of the country's heroic olive cultivation.
Hillside Groves Between Assisi and Spoleto Get Heritage Status
The territory including the olive groves of the slopes between Assisi and Spoleto was designed as the first Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System in Italy.
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