One of the most comprehensive produce and trade fairs, Sol&Agrifood, will be taking place this year from the 9th to the 12th of April 2017, in Verona, Italy.
Prices are expected to soar and your favourite imported oil will soon be a luxury item, it might be a bad time for European producers, but what does it mean for some of the other olive oil producing regions?
This year, the plant that’s putting its roots down in décor, is not only a fruit producing tree but is also one that doesn’t require much maintenance, it is the humble olive tree.
With Valentine’s day just passed, and February being the month of love, we are feeling the love this week especially when it comes to our favourite fruit, olives of course.
The debate has been settled and there is no question that olive oil has many health benefits, but what are the five main components of extra virgin olive oil that make it a certifiable superfood?
Of course we love the taste and health benefits that come from consuming olive oil, we also love how these 5 olive oil kitchen hacks will make you a master of your kitchen.
For the husband and wife team of Rio Largo Olive Estate, this past year marked an extremely successful year filled with international recognition from all corners of the globe.
Don’t skimp on the healthy fats when it comes to your salads and veggies, researchers say that these fats such, such as olive oil, help provide optimal absorption of nutrients, most specifically carotenoids.
Most of us are aware that extra virgin olive oil has some great health benefits for your body, inside and out. You probably also know that olive oil can be used to revitalize, moisturize and rejuvenate your skin, but you may not know these five things that olive oil can do for your skin.
For the eighth year in a row, Morgenster Estate in Somerset West outside Cape Town has been awarded a top score in the authoritative international Flos Olei guide which assesses the world’s best olive oils.