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May. 24, 2012

Potential for Parkinson’s Treatment from Olive Oil Waste

Olive pomace has been used to synthesize powerful antioxidant molecules with a potential application in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

May. 22, 2012

Canena Castle Hosts 'Jaén Experience'

The first edition of "Jaen Experience" organized by the company Castillo de Canena Olive Juice was visited by over 1,000 people who enjoyed countless culinary delights.

May. 20, 2012

Saragossa to Host Seminar on Mediterranean Olive Sector

The Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Saragossa and the International Olive Council (IOC) will organize a seminar on the present and future of the Mediterranean olive sector.

Apr. 23, 2012

Ciolos Promises Shake-Up

Beefed up testing, better classification of olive oil and reaching out to non-EU producers are among a package of measures promised by European Commissioner for Agriculture Dacian Cioloş after meeting in Córdoba today with industry members.

Apr. 23, 2012

Record Olive Harvest in Baena

Despite budget cuts and the current poor financial climate, Spanish olive oil production in the Baena region of Córdoba has reached record-breaking levels with its last harvest.

Apr. 16, 2012

Born to Promote Andalusian Gastronomy and Tourism

The Andalusian Academy of Gastronomy and Tourism brings together those who have worked for the quality and promotion of food, and its relationship to tourism.

Apr. 2, 2012

Olive Regions Work on Joint Strategy to Maintain EU Subsidies

A new olive oil lobby group is urgently preparing a position paper to protect its members from threatended subsidy cuts by the European Commission.

Apr. 1, 2012

Do You Consider Yourself an Ecological Consumer?

The results of a study by the Spanish Government identifies the profile and habits of the organic consumers in Spain.

Mar. 14, 2012

Olive Identification Gets Fast and Easy

New DNA identification techniques differentiate between different olive varieties are hugely more efficient as well as more accurate than previous methods.

Mar. 11, 2012

An International Tasting Room in Ávila

The Exhibition will be part of the Museum of the Mediterranean Countries’ Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the town of Santa Cruz Valley (Spain).

Mar. 9, 2012

Madrid Gourmet Show Pays Tribute to Extra Virgin

The 26th International Gourmet Show closed its doors yesterday at Feria de Madrid. The fair featured stunning activities centered on extra virgin olive oil.

Mar. 2, 2012

Chile Looks for Stronger Ties with Andalusia

The South American country's burgeoning olive oil industry aims to form an alliance with Jaén and Andalusia, Spain's core olive producing region, to further expansion.

Mar. 2, 2012

Andalusia Leads European Forum of Olive Regions

Andalusian Agriculture Minister, Clara Aguilera, announced a meeting on March 7th in Brussels, of a "European Forum of Olive Regions," an initiative promoted by Andalusia and signed by 13 European production areas.

Feb. 6, 2012

Spain's Agriculture Minister Pledges 'Full Support' to Interprofessional

The Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment met with representatives of the Spanish Olive Oil Interprofessional to discuss the industry

Jan. 26, 2012

Olive Oil Publications Collaborate

Olive Oil Times Publisher Curtis Cord called the cooperation with Mercacei "a great way to expand our coverage of business news with an established partner in Spain."

Jan. 23, 2012

10th Edition of Madridfusión Celebrates Sweets and Seafood

Villa Campestri’s "OliveToLive" system, designed by Paolo Pasquali, is a nominee for a design and innovation award at the huge culinary conference this week in Madrid.

Jan. 22, 2012

Olive Oil Takes Center Stage at Madrid Tourism Exhibition 'Fitur'

It was all about extra virgin olive oil at the international tourism fair, Fitur 2012, that took place in Madrid this week.

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.

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