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Olive oil quality and product standards are at the core of the AOOA’s purpose. We help members and industry stakeholders navigate international standards as well as local legislation and regulatory topics. As a peak industry body, we take the lead in relevant discussions at a governmental level. We represent a membership that is open to all growers, producers, processors, suppliers and industry stakeholders, including importers, distributors and trade organisations.

(GSOGA) was established on 9th May 1999. GSOGA currently has about 60 members involved in growing, processing and marketing table olives, olive oil and olive products.

The Hunter Olive Association is an association of olive growers throughout the Hunter Valley. The Association organises field days, publishes a bi-monthly newsletter and is here for the benefit of olive growers and olive lovers generally.

Macedon Ranges Olive Association incorporates the Sunbury, Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Werribee and Macedon Ranges regions.

Our Regional Associations include Tamworth and District Olive, Hunter Olive, Southern Olive Growers, Central West Olive and Riverina Olive.

Olives South Australia Inc (OSA) is the peak industry body representing olive growers in South Australia since 1996.

Olives Victoria represents olive growers in Victoria at a state level. This committee is a combination of members from Olive Producers North East Victoria (OPNEV) and the Goulbourn Strathbogie Olive Growers Association (GSOGA).

The West Australian Olive Council Inc is the peak body for the olive industry in Western Australia representing growers and producers across the state and over 1.5 million olive trees. The West Australian Olive Council Inc adopted the term OlivesWA as its public “brand name”.

In 2010 the owners of six boutique olive groves in Southern Gippsland met to look at ways of bringing to the attention of all, the olive products grown and produced in this beautiful part of Victoria, Australia. With the support of the Victorian State Government and the Shire of South Gippsland, a partnership - Southern Gippsland Olives was born.

The The Tasmanian Olive Council represent olive growers in all regions of the State, and are the sole Tasmanian olive industry association.

The California Olive Oil Council was founded in 1992. The COOC is a non-profit trade and marketing association whose purpose is to promote the growing of olives and the production of olive oil in California. The COOC supports certified olive oil standards and provides grower, producer and consumer education.

The International Olive Council is the only intergovernmental organisation in the world to bring together olive oil and table olive producing and consuming stakeholders.

At the NAOOA, we celebrate the health and versatility of all types of olive oil for all consumers in North America.

Olives New Zealand was established to create the environment for the New Zealand Olive industry to produce premium quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil and olive products, and to market them successfully nationally and internationally.

SA Olive is a voluntary association representing the interests of the South African olive industry. SA Olive has more than 100 full members consisting of olive growers, olive oil producers, table olive producers and olive tree nurseries.

The School of Agriculture, Food and Wine represents a world-class concentration of scientific research, education and product conferring capability, with infrastructure and resources at the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide with a number of research partners.

The UC Davis Olive Center is a self-funded university/industry coalition that seeks to do for olives what UC Davis did for wine.

Wine Industry Classifieds is firmly established as the premium classified advertising site for the Australian wine industry. Established in 2008.

Australia's first and foremost wine jobs website. Established in 2002.

wineindustryNEWS is a quick reference wine industry news website with an App for the iPhone.

The only wine industry real estate website dedicated to Australia & New Zealand, with a Global Reach! Established in 2009.

Discover the aromas of olive oil with these cobalt blue seamless Italian hand blown glasses. Designed for the organoleptic analysis of olive oil and detecting faults in olive oil. For olive oil lovers, tasters and judges.

Terminology to Describe the Aroma and Taste of Olive Oil

Agribusiness Council of Australia is an online industry network and advocacy organisation representing the whole agribusiness value creation chain and its related supporting industries.

Austrade provides information and advice to assist Australian companies reduce the time, cost and risk of exporting. We also provide a range of tailored trade services to Australian companies looking to expand their business in growth and emerging ma

AUSVEG is the national peak industry body representing the interests of Australian vegetable growers and is committed to securing the industry’s future.

BAA promotes growth in the number of commercial biodynamic farmers and an increasing range and quantity of certified biodynamic produce for the domestic and international market.

Greek Liquid Gold: Authentic Extra Virgin Olive Oil provides information and news about Greek extra virgin olive oil, its quality, health benefits, producers, bottlers, and exporters, the places where it is made, and other facets of the Greek olive oil world.

NASAA is committed to developing and maintaining organic standards; assisting operators in gaining organic certification; and conducting ongoing compliance supervision. NASAA's standard covers the organic supply chain – from input manufacturers to producers, processors to wholesale and retail operations - ensuring organic integrity 'from paddock to plate'.

The quintessential olive oil information website. USA based.

The role of the Organic Federation of Australia is to work in cooperation with all sectors of industry and government to develop the Australian Organic Industry from a niche industry into a major component of Australian agriculture and deliver benefits and growth to consumers, producers, retailers and the Australian environment. The National Organic Mark logo is available for any organic business that is certified through one of the six nationally accredited certifiers. These include Ausqual, Australian Certified Organic, Demeter, NASAA Certified Organic, Organic Food Chain and Safe Food QLD.

Informed and accurate information about extra virgin olive oil

Directory for the Southern African Olive Industry.

ABARES provides professionally independent research, analysis and advice for government and private sector decision-makers on significant issues affecting Australia's agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries.

The Olive Centre specialises in supplying equipment, machinery, and professional technical advice for the needs of olive growers, producers and processors in Australia and other major olive producing countries. It is the host of the Olive Exposium - Australia's leading industry event.

HIA is a not-for-profit, grower-owned Research and Development Corporation for Australia’s $9.5 billion horticulture industry. It works in partnership with Australia’s horticulture industries to invest in strategic investment priorities in research, development and marketing programs that provide benefit to industry and the wider community.

SA olive growers have money deducted from the sale of their olives to support market development, branding and promotion activities for the olive industry.

Biosecurity planning provides a mechanism for the olive industry, government and other relevant stakeholders to assess current biosecurity practices and future biosecurity needs.

The Olive Program manages investment in research and development by the olive industry and government to build a profitable industry through more efficient production methods; expanded domestic and export market opportunities; sustainable use of land and water resources; and by developing a strong reputation as a supplier of quality products.

Research interests within the School include plant sciences, plant biotechnology, plant breeding, agronomy, soil science, integrated pest management, horticulture, viticulture, oenology, wine business, food science, and agricultural & resource economics.