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    Olive Oil (Olive)

    Olive oil is recognized worldwide for its nutritional value, health benefits, and is appreciated for its particular aroma and taste (Elloumi and others 2012). Olive oil is considered an economically important crop, especially for producing countries in the Mediterranean area. Olive oil, unlike seed oils (soya, colza, and so on.), is not a commodity with one world reference price due to the heterogeneity of the physical product and its quality categorization. Virgin Olive oil is considered a price premium product compared to other vegetable oils.


    The health benefits of olive oil are unrivaled, and research reveals more benefits nearly every day. In fact, we are only just beginning to understand the countless ways olive oil can improve our health, and our lives. Olive oil is the cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet — an essential nutritional mainstay for the world’s longest-living cultures. A diet rich in olive oil may actually be able to slow down the aging of the heart. It is a known fact that as we grow older the heart also goes through a normal aging process. The arteries may not function as well as they did and this can lead to a number of health problems. However, in a recent study, Spanish researchers discovered that a diet rich in olive oil or other monounsaturated fats could improve the arterial function of elderly individuals.
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