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Support - Franchisees receive a solid structure needed to build a successful, sustainable business: Vendors - We Olive sources only the finest quality suppliers, including California Extra Virgin Olive Oil growers certified by the California Olive Oil Council.
According to the California Olive Oil Council (COOC), a vast selection of real extra virgin olive oils are easy to find and at a wide range of price points in specialty stores, grocery stores and supermarkets as well as online.
UC and the olive oil industry In 1999, the California sensory panel began providing feedback to the state's olive oil industry in the form of a seal certification program, in partnership with the California Olive Oil Council (COOC), a trade organization.
The report, funded by California olive oil producers and the California Olive Oil Council, was prepared by staff at the UC Davis Olive Center whose primary mission, per its website, is to enhance the economic viability of California olive oil," said Bob Bauer, president of the North American Olive Oil Association (NAOOA).
The California Olive Oil Council (COOC) seal "Certified Extra Virgin" on the label means the ceec has tasted and approved the oil's quality.
Cooperating and contributing to the funding, research and findings in this study were the California Olive Oil Council, the American Oil Chemists' Society (AOCS) and the Australian Olive Oil Association.
Amid Dramatic Growth in the Industry, the California Olive Oil Council Sponsors First-Ever Olive Oil Competition at the San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival BERKELEY, Calif.
This is why we established a certification program to ensure that when consumers buy a California-produced olive oil with the Certified Extra Virgin seal on it, they know they are buying real extra virgin olive oil," said Patty Darragh, executive director of the California Olive Oil Council.