Staying in touch with our customers is one of our most important business philosophies. Your opinions really do matter to us. Last month, many of you provided feedback and shared your thoughts in our first customer survey. While we aren’t able to answer comments or questions individually (survey privacy protection), we hope that you recognize your feedback in the ways we will work to improve the website in the future.
Professor Alfredo Vergara of the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health was the lucky participant of the survey response prize, but we want to thank each and every one of our subscribers who took the time to answer the brief survey. Your participation was a real gift to us. We hope we can return the favor by using that input to improve the website to better serve all your interests.
Antoinette Addison, publisher
Private Label Production Continues Push in Gourmet Market
The winemaking process often ends in the glass. When Steve Clifton and Chrystal Seals of Palmina Wines first began their venture, they were motivated by experiences gained while living in Italy and Read more >>
We learned the value of this simple question in May, when we asked Pressing Times subscribers to share their opinions with us. The response was more than we expected. The input was thoughtful and provided us a great deal of direction for the coming months. We are so appreciative to all who took a few minutes of their time to help us out. Read more >>
Three More Reasons to Shop with Us
- BACON FLAVOR INFUSED OLIVE OIL
- CHILEAN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
- SMALL HAND PUMP
Have you run out of ideas about what to get Dad for Father’s Day? Show him that you care and give him some olive oil. Not only can he stay healthy by drizzling this mono-unsaturated fat on his food, but he can also use it for a close shave that will keep his skin smooth and soft! Read more >>
With a warmer-than-usual spring, producers should be well into their orchard management program to guard against olive fruit fly and other crop damaging diseases. Visit our informational site for a full discussion of these problems and talk to your County extension office for information about your specific growing area.
In only four short months, many producers will start to harvest this year’s crop. If you haven’t planned your bottling needs for the coming season, now is the time to do it.