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World trade of olive oil and table olives, April 2018

International Olive Council


Producer prices olive oil, April 2018

International Olive Council


What happens when oil meets food?

Luigi Caricato


When oil meets food

The pairing rules, a sensorial voyage exploring different ingredients. The new issue of OOF International Magazine, spring 2018. Only for you, here is a preview of the table of contents including all articles

Olio Officina

Books to feed the mind

1) Juice of the olive. Guide to the knowledge of olive oils, from production to responsible consumption. 2) The human face of olive oil. 3) Olive oil tasting and pairing manual

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World trade of olive oil, opening of the 2017/18 crop year

International Olive Council


World trade of table olives, opening of the 2017/18 crop year

International Olive Council


Producer prices, olive oil (March 2018)

International Olive Council

Mills are agoras

Maria Carla Squeo


World trade of olive oil and table olives, February 2018

International Olive Council

Innovation in Food, Drinks and Hospitality at Alimentaria 2018

Boosting innovation and gastronomic quality remain two major hallmarks of Alimentaria 2018, one of the world biggest food, drinks and hospitality shows. Alimentaria 2018 ́s activities are geared towards identifying the main trends and enhancing the connections between the food, gastronomic and tourist industries

 

Olio Officina


Les secteur de l'huile d'olive marocain

Noureddine Ouazzani


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Producer prices in Spain, Italy, Greece, Tunisia

International Olive Council


I taste, you taste, we taste

Luigi Caricato


World trade in olive oil, close of the 2016/17 crop year

International Olive Council

World trade in table olives, close of the 2016/17 crop year

International Olive Council


Refined olive oil. Producer prices in Spain and Italy

International Olive Council


Christmas at the Mill

On Christmas Day, December 25th, especially in the past, when olives harvesting lasted until January or longer, olive oil mills were in the middle of oil production and often celebrated while working 24/7, uninterruptedly. Some olive oil mills still work on Christmas Day and people can still make a toast with friends, exactly the way they used to do in the past, sometimes with bruschetta seasoned with freshly-pressed oil

Maria Carla Squeo