It is widely accepted that interest in virgin olive oil, and especially extra virgin olive oil, is growing, and for good reason.
A culture of health and eating well, along with the rise of attention given to gastronomy in the media has brought virgin olive oil into the limelight. Olive oil is making its way into consumer households, most notably in countries where it is not produced, and where olive oil is not traditionally consumed.
“We are passionate about creating greater awareness of the benefits of extra virgin olive oil throughout its value chain. Our programs are designed to help growers, professionals and everyday users of quality olive oil learn more about this important contribution to gastronomy and health,” says Susana Romera, Technical Director of the Olive Oil School of Spain.
The Olive Oil School of Spain launches specialised training in English,