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Supply Shortfall Causes Vegetable Oil Prices to Rise

July 20, 2021

Most people are used to only paying a few dollars per bottle of most types of vegetable oil. However, prices for vegetable oil might change in the near future, according to the World Bank. In their semi-annual commodity markets outlook report, the World Bank revealed that prices on vegetable oil would likely grow this year. That said, there is some good news: the same report also mentioned that prices should stabilize sometime in 2022. For the time being, though, consumers should prepare themselves for higher prices on vegetable oils. Palm and soybean oil prices increase Palm oil and soybean oil... View Article

How Storage Conditions Affect the Quality of Your Bulk Olive Oil

July 2, 2021

Just like any food product, olive oil needs to be stored in special conditions to prevent it from going bad prematurely. Unlike dairy products or meat, though, improperly stored olive oil is still safe to eat—but it won’t taste as good as if it’s stored properly. As your local olive oil experts, we put together this post to dig into what happens to improperly stored oil and how you should be storing olive oil: Taste: The first thing you’ll notice if your olive oil was stored improperly and has gone bad is the taste—it’s horrible! The oil will taste sour... View Article

Ways to Protect Your Wholesale Olive Oil Distribution Company

June 18, 2021

We know that owning and operating an oil distribution company is hard work. It’s all about importing the finest-quality oils and establishing a supply chain that’ll deliver products to the right partners at the right time. But what happens when that new partner decides to order their olive oil directly from the manufacturer or go with another distribution company? All of that hard work has gone to waste! Thankfully, there are ways to protect your distribution company so that you don’t get the short end of the stick. This post will cover a few of the top ways you can... View Article

Labeling Regulations for Your EVOO Brand

June 10, 2021

All foods have specific things that need to be included on their labels if they’re going to be sold to the general public. For olive oil, there are additional food labeling regulations in Ohio and beyond that need to be followed. Standard food labeling information Most product labels typically include information about five things: Content: This conveys what the product is and what’s in it. Quantity: This tells how much of the product is in the package, either by weight or volume. Company/brand: This shows who is the manufacturer of the product. Contact information: Packaging will usually include a website... View Article

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