Olive Oil Commission works to improve standards

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This week the California Department of Food and Agriculture announced the election of the board of directors for a new state commission established to coordinate the California’s olive oil industry’s efforts to strengthen its competitiveness.

The election came less than a month after a majority of California olive oil producers voted to support the creation of the Olive Oil Commission of California.

“There’s a strong interest in getting this commission up and running.

California’s olive oil industry wants a fair playing field where they can grow and thrive, and consumers need to feel confident about the products they serving their families,” said Sen.

Lois Wolk, D-Davis, who authored the 2013 legislation to establish the commission within the Department of Food and Agriculture.

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