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Olive oil business is growing every year in United States

Two decades ago, US olive oil imports accounted for almost 30% of the world total. Now, they account for more than 38%

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"We Olive" keeping hearts happy

All 15 We Olive locations across the country are participating in fundraising activities for the association while providing educational support and information about the importance of a healthy diet including the health benefits of olive oil

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World Expo can give new impetus to efforts to eradicate hunger

"Milan Charter" will help spur global dialogue on pivotal role of hunger and malnutrition in sustainable development

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Ireland first EU state allowed to export bovine products to the US market

Ireland’s government announced that it will be the first EU state to export beef to the United States in more than 15 years

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Antibiotic-resistant E. coli detected on Vancouver farmers’ market produce

UBC researchers have detected antibiotic-resistant E. coli bacteria on lettuce from several Vancouver farmers’ markets.

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Climate change impacts on irrigation demand and reservoir evaporation

The study evaluated irrigation water requirements for the second half of the 20th century and, as compared to projected demand for the second half of the 21st century, found that net irrigation water requirements in the West may be six percent higher

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California Olive Ranch acquires Lucini Italia Olive Oil

The combined share makes them the fourth largest brand in the country with 4.45 % of US retail sales. The combined company will have revenues in excess of $80,000,000 in 2015

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New Zealand wineries increase profitability again in 2014

This run comes despite concerns over the impact of oversupply, high levels of external debt, the financial crisis and the turbulent bulk market

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Mexican energy reform will allow country to reduce dependence on fertilizer and imports of staple foods

After decades of underinvestment, Mexico’s natural gas pipeline network faces severe limitations in capacity and geographical coverage; consequently, the country is facing limitations in meeting domestic demand and dependency on imports of both nitrogen fertilizers and staple foods, according to a new policy paper from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy

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Asaja defends the supply of olive oil "without undue price pressures"

After the record 2013-14 campaign where more than 1.7 million tons were produced in Spain, nearly 752,000 in Jaén, is expected to harvest is "very short" with 780,000 tons in all the country and 270,000 in the province

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The Turkish extra virgin olive to 3.5 euro per liter threatens exports

Olive growers and bottlers are launching the same warning: the risk is to lose market share in the United States, China, Japan and Saudi Arabia. Called for government intervention

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EU countries get more latitude on the cultivation o f GMOs

The draft directive reflects an agreement reached between the Italian presidency and representatives of the European Parliament and the European Commission on 3 December

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A new great-tasting, high-nutrient red potato variety: AmaRosa

The most-eaten U.S. vegetable, phytonutrient-rich potatoes can have a strong impact on human health

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Over 97% of foods in European Union contain pesticide residues within legal limits

The report is based on the analysis of almost 79,000 food samples carried out by 27 EU Member States, Iceland and Norway

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Moratorium on nano-foods and labelling of cloned meat

Draft plans to encourage food innovation via a new, simplified authorization procedure for novel foods were approved by the Environment Committee of the European Parlament

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