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What you can read in the issue 12 of the OOF International Magazine

We present you The Index, in detail. The paper version of the magazine edited by Olio Officina and published in Italian and English, is also available in a browsable digital version. A monographic issue entirely dedicated to women and olive oil: the feminine side of olive oil

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What you can read in the issue 12 of the OOF International Magazine

The cover presents the renowned pianist Beatrice Rana engaged in a concert held in Gallipoli. It was called “TramontOlive” and the photo on the cover, as well as those immediately inside, are by Daniele Coricciati.

It was not just another concert, but a performance among the olive trees devastated by Xylella. It was a highly symbolic and powerful event, especially for the message of hope it sent out.

Follows the editorial by Luigi Caricato, “The origin of the world”, then everything else, as you can read from the table of contents below.

You can download the issue HERE and buy it in a digital version.

Or you can subscribe and receive the paper edition, or just buy the single issue of the magazine.

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ARTISTS FOR OIL

TramontOlive: Beatrice Rana

photo by Daniele Coricciati

A concert among the olive trees devastated by Xylella

Sisters and musicians

EDITORIAL

The Origin of the World

by Luigi Caricato

Expecting. Where everything begins

by Studio Pace 10

What my olive tree taught me

by Mariangela Molinari

Long live the plant doctor

by Luisa Pantaleo

The Apocalypse of Salento

A documentary by Paola Ghisliery

by Maria Carla Squeo

Looking for accessible olive oil and olive mills

by Anna Gioria

COMPLEMENTARITY & AFFINITY INTERVIEW

Antonisa Perrone: “A winning model?

The androgynous company

by Maria Carla Squeo

Women at the helm of olive-oil businesses.

In key roles

by Cristina Santagata and Chiara Coricelli

Communicating extra-virgin olive oil.

Yes, but how?

by Sara Baroni and Anita Lissona

A driver in this sea-change

in how the market perceives us

by Maria Grazia Minisci

A new renaissance, in the name of PDO oils

by Laura Turri

The female vision of the future

What the next decade is going to look like

by Maria Flora Monini

The 21st Century Castle

How to give value to real olive oil

and rural authenticity in adverse conditions

by Charlotte Horton

Olive oil in Social media

by Adele Bonaro

OLIVE OIL & DESIGN INTERVIEW

Isabel Cabello: making works of art out

of olive oil bottles

by Maria Carla Squeo

OLIO & DESIGN OLIVE OIL & DESIGN

Is form substance? Maybe

by Marisa Fumagalli

The right table arrangement

by Sandra Longinotti

The women who grace our vintage olive oil tins

by Manuela Guatelli Giamminola

Olive oil, gold, sunshine and the Opera dei Pupi

by Alice Valenti

OLIVE OIL, DESIGN AND CONSUMPTION

E*VO CocKtail – Shake * Share

The art of the aperitif

by Monia Caneschi

The feminine side ofsensibility

by Rosalia Cavalieri

Olive Oil For Women

When health comes before marketing.

No ordinary extra-virgin olive oil,

but a fortified functional foodstuff

by Francesca Petrini

Olive oil for children and their growth

by Emanuela Castellano

The metaphor of olive oil

by Maria Carla Squeo

Personal breast massage with olive oil

by Ivana Sagramoni

Sublime opening

Jara Marzulli

Like precious pearls

by Cristina Mangini

Art to Eat. The fatal attraction

by Ornella Piluso in art topylabrys

New oil is green. The colour of hope

by Carmen Pellegrino

Horizontal

by Stefania Morgante

THE FEMININE SIDE OF OLIVE OIL

Paola Cerana, Daniela Marcheschi,

Antonella Bertagnin, Nicoletta Bortolotti

Being women. An all-female food team

for Palazzo di Varignana

Feminine olive oil

Alice Sommariva

Women, an amazing engine

for innovation and change

by Gabriella Stansfield

Women of oil

Sisters in extra-virgin olive oil

Women and olive oil in Spain

INTERVIEW with Pandora Penamil Penafiel

by Maria Carla Squeo

Women in Olive Oil. INTERVIEW

with Emmanuelle Dechelette:

Men and women complement each other

by Maria Carla Squeo

What does olive oil mean to me?

by Giulia Serafin

The charm of research. INTERVIEW

with the Cordon Bleu chef, Erica Maggiora.

Choosing the right sensory profile

for an extra-virgin oil

by Maria Carla Squeo

Gourmet salad

Exotic moonwalk to Mediterranean

by Erica Maggiora

ARTISTIC RECIPE

Bacteria in brine / Fusilli pasta with olives,

cherry tomatoes and anchovies

by Stefania Rizzelli

THE OLIVE OIL DICTONARY

The following terms are explored

elaiotecnia, elaiotecnica, giara, grassezza,

leggerezza, morchia, oleina, sansa

by Daniela Marcheschi

OXOS

THE FEMININE SIDE OF VINEGAR

Cutting-edge innovation at

the Mengazzoli vinegar makers

INTERVIEW with Elda Mengazzoli

by Maria Carla Squeo

Research & Development are crucial

for Acetaia Giuseppe Cremonini

INTERVIEW with Elisabetta Cremonini

by Maria Carla Squeo

Luna Jušić. Olive oil inspires me with its lightness

What do you think? Isn’t OOF International Magazine 12 interesting? A total of 180 pages. Enjoy your reading!

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