Last week’s Time magazine had an interesting article on how teams of experts at the world’s leading tech companies … are working feverishly to improve and humanize their respective “virtual butlers” – those voices from the cyber sphere that respond to your queries. There’s a major seg
20-Oct-2017 By Niamh Michail All food and drink produced or packaged in Italy must give the name and address of the processing factory on pack, or face a heavy fine. We asked food manufacturers how it will affect them.
The (Israeli) government has announced that it will increase the amount of olive oil that can be imported without duty. Over the next three years, as much as 2,000 tons of olive oil will be imported without taxes or other fees. A new export market for Australian and NZ producers, perh
GSOGA and Olives Victoria are running a survey to learn more about the issues being faced by local growers – in particular around sales markets and pests and diseases. The simple five minute survey will help guide the money and effort spent on various initiatives to assist growe
Grindelwald’s good soil and climate were contributing factors to Village Olive Grove producing the state’s best olive oil. Recognised at the Australian International Olive Awards with a gold medal and trophy for best extra virgin olive oil in Tasmania, Village Olive Grove owners Allen
Lovers of fine food don’t have to go any further than Forbes to get the best olives. Locally grown and bottled Gibson’s Grove olives have again claimed honours at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show, this year bringing home the title of Champion Olive. More great regional promotion of our
Boundary Bend Olives has been named one of 15 Victorian companies that will share in $29.96 million in financial assistance from the Federal Government. Federal Member for Mallee Andrew Broad said a funding offer of $812,322 would allow the company to expand its range of products to i