An Investigation into the Feasibility of Creating a Geographical Origin System Resulting in Greater Co-operation and Profitability of Australian Olive Oil Growers A Case Study involving the variety Frantoio from […]
Listen to the Interview where Ray Hadley from 2GB looking into Olive Oil Provenance, What makes an oil Extra Virgin, Challenges faced by Australian Growers and more
Have you ever considered pairing your olive oil with food like you would like wine? Listen to the podcast on ABC Country Hour Olive Oil segment starts at 31:34 Certain […]
GFIA in Focus Australia is fast becoming a much-anticipated event within the agricultural community – and with some of Australia’s leading trade bodies recently announcing their commitment to the upcoming exhibition, […]
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.
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.
The Queensland Olive Council is taking an active stance against water security in the Olive Industry. Queensland Olive Council’s CEO, Amanda Bailey, says “Our Growers and Producers have endured enough. […]
GFIA In Focus Australia is off to a flying start, with almost 2,000 registered visitors to attend the event. Aimed at helping Australian farmers and agribusinesses improve the sustainability and sophistication […]
QOC AGM CEO REPORT, Toowoomba, Queensland Queensland Olive Growers experienced a fairly “dismal season” in terms of production with comparison to 2017 olive harvest which was highlighted as the most successful […]
The Australian government is pushing for agriculture to become a $100 billion industry by 2030 – and with the QLD government aiming to double the state’s food production by 2040, […]
As part of the National Farmers Federation “Farmers for Climate Action” is an inclusive movement driven by farmers, for farmers calling for immediate action on climate change and supporting on-farm adaptation […]
Lorraine Gordon has a fearless approach to leadership, going above and beyond to engage with both growers, community and industry throughout rural Australia. This approach makes her an exemplary choice […]