Australian researchers have identified different components in olive oils grown in two mainland states, giving growers new ways to market their product. The findings, part of a project funded by […]
Red earth, cold winters and hot, dry summers – you could be walking through the Italian countryside but instead it’s the landscape at Charleville that’s being credited with providing the foundation […]
A first for the Australian Olive Oil industry with more than 25 Olive Growers and aficionados taking part in an Olive Oil Tasting Course with a core focus on Provenance. The course was lead by Dr Richard Gawel, International Sensory Expert and Senior Researcher.
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OLIVE growers are refining new provenance branding to market their products, with South Australian researchers leading the way.
Dr Richard Gawel, from SA, is working with more than 100 members of Olives South Australia and the Queensland Olive Council to investigate a product designation of origin (PDO) system for Australian extra-virgin olive oils.
Identity is a huge selling point for winemakers and now Australia’s olive industry is set to follow suit.
An initiative is underway to assess whether location can significantly impact an oil’s flavour and chemistry profile in a bid to create regional palate profiles.
NEWS RELEASE 5 September, 2017 Olive farmers explore soils for oils **Olive growers in two states are anticipating gains from a new provenance-branding initiative supported by the […]
Queensland producers now have access to grants of up to $2500 to help tackle family business and succession planning thanks to the Queensland Government. Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries and […]
The Arts in the Olives is a festival celebrating the creative arts. The festival is a collaboration between the residents of the Lost World Valley and BADCAP-Beaudesert and District Community Arts Projects […]
The Advertiser dubbed last year’s event in 2016 as one of the top 5 activities to attend… This years event is set to be bigger and will attract more than […]