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Protected Geographical Indications
Making ‘Magic’ at Domaine de La Vallongue
How Terroir Affects EVOO Quality in Chile
A recent study found that the geographical location had a greater influence on the concentration of sensory compounds in extra virgin olive oil than cultivars.
More Obstacles for New PDOs and PGIs in Italy
Despite the difficulties, Italian growers and producers still consider protected origin designations a good way to protect and safeguard their products.
Sicilian Olive Oil Seeks PGI Certification
Regional producers, mills, refiners and bottlers are joining forces to support an application to protect Sicilian olive oil.
Objections Raised to Kalamata PDO Amendment
The ‘Kalamata’ PDO amendment will not be a smooth process -- objections have been raised and more time will be needed to sort things out.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
New EU Law on Agricultural Product Origins
The precise providence of olive oil can be guaranteed through advanced scientific methods, and is now the basis of an important marketing tool.
Two More Greek Regions Apply for Olive Oil PDOs
A 'Protected Designation of Origin' label signals the verified quality of extra virgin olive oil and it is a prize pursued by many oil producing regions of Greece.
Olive Oil Times Special
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Olive Council Holds Meeting on Geographic Indications
Concerns arise over origin criteria, who confers the special designations; and once an olive oil or table olive has the designation, who protects and polices it.
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